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New device uses wire mesh stent to snag and remove stroke-causing blood clots:
Ancient DNA pushes back timing of the origin of dogs:
Opah have warm hearts. Organ stays degrees warmer than deep, cold water where the fish swim:
A firm grip may predict risk of death better than blood pressure:
Earliest known stone tools unearthed. At 3.3 myo, tools predate origin of genus Homo:
Boulders balance on tiny tips as comet #67P zooms through space: #cometlanding
Dolphins’ damaged lungs and adrenal glands point to deadly impact of #BPoilspill:
Octopuses can ‘see’ with their skin:
Tranquil ecosystems may explain wild swings in carbon dioxide stashing:
Mutations that drive cancer lurk in healthy skin:
Once-stable Antarctic glaciers are now melting rapidly:
Like a balloon, peculiar magnet grows and shrinks:
Ancestors of domesticated dogs may have split from wolves as early as 40,000 years ago:
Peeks into early life of supernovas show how to blow up a star:
Jaws that snap shut at 216 km/hr aren’t just for eating. They can be lifesavers:
Monkeys can’t count but can roughly compare numbers of nuts using logic similar to humans
Male stag beetles' monstrous mandibles are good for mating but not for flying:
Swim lessons may be good for youngsters' bodies and brains:
Newly discovered stone tools are oldest yet, by 700,000 years:
Octopuses can ‘see’ with their skin — no eyes or brain required:
Unusual magnet expands and contracts when exposed to a magnetic field:
Cold-blooded creatures may have trouble acclimatizing to global warming:
There’s more than one way to blow up a star. Multiple supernovas show off some of the ways:
Earliest known stone tools unearthed in Kenya: