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WIRED Science
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Leafhopper gears, zebrafish brains, and the rest of this year’s best biology close-ups. wrd.cm/1xpzBhQ pic.twitter.com/DGUIEgqr2s
Shorter days might be be the reason for your winter blues. wrd.cm/1xpyoHy pic.twitter.com/UOVKjMwVUN
Here are the best science books we read this year. wrd.cm/1zopFmV pic.twitter.com/OILq0ffYA5
Map-themed gifts for the geography lover in your life (or yourself). wrd.cm/1BDOP4i pic.twitter.com/q1sNvL973M
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This week a polar bear wore a traffic cone for a hat. Here’s all the other weird animal news: wrd.cm/1BDOmiO pic.twitter.com/PcJ9pS5cBN
The adorable Mexican mole lizard, and all the terrible things people say about it. wrd.cm/1BDQ181 pic.twitter.com/AOb25Dck1N
Japanese Giant Salamander daddies dote over broods of hundreds of babies. wrd.cm/1wjQveJ by @mebwriter pic.twitter.com/xzQCVX71sn
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Hand of a newt..eye of a toad..The @calacademy’s bewitching trove of preserved amphibians. wrd.cm/16aNkhh pic.twitter.com/79qPjapPZF
Mt. Sinabung’s eruption, and the rest of 2014’s most compelling images of Earth from space. wrd.cm/1sj8yxX pic.twitter.com/jtzbvLnNIM
The world’s lost species are among the treasures hidden in California’s raddest science museum wrd.cm/1GalI8E pic.twitter.com/uRVbVi0Mki
Burning lungs, aching muscles, itchy chest: Why does running suck? wrd.cm/1GakMBh pic.twitter.com/89xgDBrtek
Nurses who survived Ebola return to the job to treat others. wrd.cm/1sdwym3 pic.twitter.com/TTEbqmkAvl
It’s getting harder to tell the difference between comets and asteroids. wrd.cm/1ytBo5M pic.twitter.com/Kv2iQTNlcY
An inside look at the huge, unseen operation behind the accuracy of Google maps wrd.cm/15ZKaN7 pic.twitter.com/UzjAVG95GB
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These absurd insects grow disguises out of their heads. wrd.cm/1tRMM4V pic.twitter.com/OnnI8ld9mf
Ten-foot long map charts the path of the next total solar eclipse to cross the US wrd.cm/12pSW4K pic.twitter.com/WyPHdX6OmU
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Teen athletes are using more growth hormones every year. wrd.cm/1yW1cWV pic.twitter.com/vzuw029S01
Can you count how many coins are in this jar? (It’s for science!) wrd.cm/1C5Mj85 pic.twitter.com/WVZo1z7L7I