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Time-Lapse Photo: Blood Moon Shines Over Texas
Photographer Mike Mezeul II captured a stunning time lapse of Tuesday's lunar eclipse over a bluebonnet field in Ennis, Texas.
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2.7 Million-Year-Old Soil Found Under Deep Ice
Buried thousands of feet beneath the highest point on Greenland's ice sheet is a soil born 2.7 million years ago, before humans walked the earth.
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In This Bug Species, the Females Wear the Penises
The discovery of genitalia that reverse the traditional sex roles could shed light on the conflict between the sexes in the animal kingdom.
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Scientists Find 'Earth's Cousin' Near Alien Star
Scientists say they've found the first confirmed Earth-sized planet that could sustain life as we know it, in a totally alien environment.
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Four New 'Killer Sponges' Discovered in Pacific
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