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 Largest Bee In The World Rediscovered 38 Years After Supposed Extinction

After missing for nearly four decades, the largest bee in the world has been rediscovered, again.
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Queen’s ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ Named The Most Uplifting Song Of All Time By Science

With the success of the movie, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ Queen is back to being one of the biggest bands in the world. It seems everything is going right for the band, and now they are being given another honor, thanks to science.
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Doctors Swallow Lego Heads To Determine How Long It Takes To Poop Them Out

As young children are wont to do, they’ll occasionally swallow something that isn't meant to be swallowed.
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Scientists Discover Fossils of Ancient Herbivore The Size Of An Elephant

It seems there has been a new creature discovered that may have roamed the Earth during the Triassic period. According to a new study published Thursday, Polish researchers believe they have discovered a new giant, plant eating species with a beak-like mouth and reptilian features.
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Tattoo Artist’s Skin To Be Removed, Preserved, And Framed Upon Death

Chris Wenzel shared had the sentiment that you would never burn or bury a Picasso, so why do the same with other works of art? Notably, tattoos?
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New Study Finds That Llamas May Be The Secret To Fighting The Flu

It’s getting close to winter, which means we are right in the midst of flu season. Last year’s flu season was one of the worst in recent history. The flu caused more than 80,000 deaths in the U.S. with 290,000 to 650,000 deaths recorded worldwide each year, due to the flu.
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The Hubble Telescope Is Back To Functioning Properly, According To NASA

The Hubble Space Telescope has returned to normal operations, according to NASA. On October 5 The Hubble Telescope went into safe mode after one of the gyroscopes stopped functioning.
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College Students Create World's First Brick Made Of Human Urine

College students from Cape Town have advanced science and technology hundreds of years with their latest creation.
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EPA Loosens Grip On Radiation Exposure. Now Believe A Little Radiation Is Good For You

A little bit of radiation won't kill ya according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
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Roller Coaster, Blurry, Fun

Need Help Passing A Kidney Stone? Hop On A Roller Coaster.

Passing a kidney stone can be one of the most painful experiences for any person. Which is why you if you feel one coming on, you need to head to Six Flags immediately.
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