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Let's play "spot the mimic" nyti.ms/1NKYfOo
What would you pay for this meal? A behavioral science experiment at a New Jersey restaurant nyti.ms/1JqE0Wx
Red pandas are adorable and they're in trouble nyti.ms/1Jy8fwX
The stinging spaghetti monster of the deep sea nyti.ms/1Jy68cc
Let's play "spot the mimic" nyti.ms/1Jy6vDP
Whatever this "deep sea spaghetti monster is," hopefully it'll stay far away from you nyti.ms/1UYweal
Even when you go off the grid, you might still be on it nyti.ms/1UYwmGM
Sometimes the answer is to build a vomit machine nyti.ms/1NKYoBm
Some mimics in nature engage in mimicry overkill. Scientists think they've figured out why nyti.ms/1hQEM4R
The reason the U.S. looks like a checkerboard has to do with Thomas Jefferson @dwtkns explains nyti.ms/1Eagf56
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Begin Friday evening with a deep sea spaghetti monster. nyti.ms/1JaRVws
Even when you go off the grid, you might still be on it nyti.ms/1NKaElL
Can you spot the mimics in these photos? nyti.ms/1EaeViJ
Why humans are unique among predators on our planet nyti.ms/1K9xfJy
Can you spot the mimics in this short quiz? nyti.ms/1MHhJ9C
Some mimics in nature engage in mimicry overkill. Scientists think they've figured out why nyti.ms/1MHheMX
Sometimes the answer is to build a vomit machine nyti.ms/1hOVmlR
Can you spot the mimics in this short quiz? nyti.ms/1EFXRM7
Some mimics in nature engage in mimicry overkill. Scientists think they've figured out why nyti.ms/1NoKvM9
Why humans are unique among predators on our planet nyti.ms/1UW0aUG
I made a quiz to go with @carlzimmer’s latest column on animal mimicry. How good is your eye? nytimes.com/interactive/20…
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No two highs are the same, and scientists aren't really sure why nyti.ms/1UW0p1Q
Red pandas are adorable and they're in trouble nyti.ms/1E8pYZD
I love NY Times headlines that sound like the Onion—"World Will Not End Next Month, NASA Says” nyti.ms/1E8phzq
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Sometimes the answer is to build a vomit machine nyti.ms/1K9rDPr




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