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Why do we send worms into space? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Have you ever had a mole out in the backyard that spends all day digging tunnels through your lawn? Try to be too mad, it's just looking for food.
When whale carcasses fall to the sea floor, they become food for a vast and complex array of ocean creatures, a community called a whale fall.
Computers are great tools, but they can also be mystifying. Sometimes a program will just stop working correctly for no apparent reason. It could just be a random glitch that can be solved by restarting the machine, but sometimes the solution is not so simple, especially if at the root of the problem lurks a computer virus. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Ever wonder how forensic scientists determine how long a corpse has been dead? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Learn about the differences between soft-shelled and hard-shelled crabs on this Moment of Science.
What do worms and old people have in common? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Starfish can regenerate their legs, worms can survive being cut into, but what creature can actually fix a broken heart? Find out on this Moment of Science.
In the desert, the absence of water means little or no chemical weathering can take place. Instead, erosion, frost, sedimentation, and the huge temperature fluctuations between day and night break down the rocky surface into sand or gravel.