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This octopus mother brooded her eggs for over four years, more than any other known animal. phy.so/325950390 @physorg_com
Just your regular reminder that you can get your science with GIFs. Check us out on @tumblr! sciencefriday.tumblr.com
Pollution beat people to the South Pole by more than 20 years. po.st/nhnOvd via @SmithsonianMag
Despite their huge size, oarfish are actually filter feeders. scifri.me/1uj27Rf pic.twitter.com/6QNFt3sJPJ
Pangolins are now "the most heavily trafficked group of species in the world". scifri.me/1xzhW2y @sciam
Today in 1971, Apollo 15's David Scott and James Irwin landed on the moon, bringing the first lunar rover. pic.twitter.com/iLtcPRGi8Z
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Is NSA surveillance hurting the US economy? scifri.me/1oHMHBt @io9
There's a head of cattle for every three people in the United States. scifri.me/1rA66oS
The Bahamas have their origins in the Sahara. scifri.me/1oHJulw @newscientist
Via @Independent: The top Ebola doctor in Sierra Leone has died of the disease. ind.pn/1pC2n5V We'll talk more about Ebola on Friday
Picture of the Week: How many galaxies do you think there are in this image from @NASA_Hubble? scifri.me/1nZxYRT pic.twitter.com/JHO6BdrIXS
The "Weissman Score" from HBO's Silicon Valley has jumped from the screen to academia. bit.ly/1oGVxj3 via @IEEESpectrum
What's the latest news from the 2014 International AIDS Conference? soundcloud.com/scifri/hivaids…
Your daily whoa: Geysers erupting on the icy moon Enceladus, courtesy of @CassiniSaturn. scifri.me/1kkXm5q pic.twitter.com/53ASdtT4gs
Sweet RT @TheTakeaway: The Electronic Waste Orchestra explains how they turn trash into tunes: bit.ly/1po9cKM pic.twitter.com/i1JBjlKibo
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For your calendar: @johndankosky guest-hosts @scifri this week from 2-4pm on Thursd...er, Friday.
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This recently-discovered bacteriophage was found by a computer. scifri.me/1rFrHxR
Eat mussels? You might be eating tiny bits of plastic. RT @SteveMirsky: Ocean Plastic Particles Could Get in Gills bit.ly/1lObuyW
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Study shows model organs boost undergrad knowledge, but real organ dissections shift attitudes. Digital organs = meh advan.physiology.org/content/38/1/80
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The dust has settled, the numbers have been crunched... and #TeamSpace is victorious! scifri.me/1tngEd0 #SpaceVsFood