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Meet Geophilus hadesi, a centipede that takes extreme living to new depths:
The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most photographed sites in NYC (& more in Flickr research)
It's @SharkWeek, y'all! Brush up on #SharkFacts, like how the ghost shark lost its stomach:
When seabirds sniff a smell on the breeze, they may use it to navigate back home:
How did the human brain get so wrinkly? Scientists crumpled up paper to find out
A rose without this key enzyme would not smell as sweet:
A chain of enigmatic dark spots mark the surface of Pluto:
Snapping photos of fireworks this #4thofJuly? Here's what they'll reveal to researchers:
With a self-inflicted stab to the head, this flatworm can turn itself into a single parent:
To cram a big brain into a small skull, just wad it up:
Sunspots usually look like dark blotches but become much more vibrant in UV light:
Hellish centipede discovered in caves 1,000 meters belowground:
Lonely hermaphroditic flatworms apparently inject themselves with sperm with a quick stab:
What your vacation photos can tell scientists about environmental change and human behavior:
A chain of enigmatic dark spots mark the surface of Pluto: #Plutoflyby
For scientists, everything's coming up of roses and aromatic enzymes:
Camping this #4thofJuly? Build your campfire the old fashioned way--in the shape of a triangle
Seabirds called Cory’s shearwaters may navigate across the ocean by scent:
Heat turns wild male reptiles into females:
Science is heroic. But like Achilles, it has a tragic flaw: #statistics
In July of 1965, Mariner 4 sent the first pictures of Mars back to Earth: #tbt
My what big spots you have, Pluto. We want to know, what could they be? #plutoflyby
Ever wonder why seahorses have square tails? 3-D printed ones offer an answer:

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