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The bombardier beetle is aptly named: It fires toxic chemicals that, when released, sound like a bomb detonating.
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We do it every night, but science still isn't sure exactly why we sleep.
Can you imagine that the lowly clam would take on a role as water based pollution detector?
New research suggests that burning a candle may be toxic.
Paper is an indispensable part of modern life. In fact, each American uses about 600 pounds of paper every year. Where does all this paper come from?
Perhaps the most consequential choice you make when you purchase fish is whether you choose farm-raised or wild. Is there a difference? You bet there is.
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