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Electric eels electrocute their prey and temporarily take over their prey's nervous system, making them easier prey.
Time is only an illusion and there is believed to be a mirror universe created by the big bang where time goes backward.
Flamingos' knees are actually up under their feathers and what you see are their ankles.
The first Italian woman in space, Samantha Cristoforetti, launched up on Sunday, November 23, 2014.
A camera has been invented that can record the movement of light.
Turns out, humans have always been able to see infrared light, but only when two particles hit the same receptor, one directly after the other, and appears as a greenish light.
Oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico on December 8, 2014 risks the life of a rare porpoise species.
Flu vaccine this year doesn't match 52% of the type going around. Mist has almost no effect, and shot hass little effect, but doctors still recommend getting the shot.
Ebola vaccine trial was postponed due to complaints of patients about joint pains in their hands and feet.
A stretchy artificial skin can sense temperature, pressure, and humidity.
Studies show that, for some unknown reason, in times of trouble girls are more commonly born.
"Pseudoscorpions" discovered in Grand Canyon cave.
Roosetta proves that Earth's water didn't come from comets, so where is it from?