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You can't make this stuff up
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Could the tiny vampire bat give Olympic sprinters in Rio a run for their money?
Can a hot pink dolphin outswim an Olympic champion?
The newly engineered zebra fish could help scientists better understand how skin cells react to injury
The universe is a noisy place, but we didn’t always have the right ears to hear the sounds—until now.
High costs keep patients from using stem cells harvested from umbilical cords