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Beetles suck water into their butts to stay hydrated, and now scientists know how

Instead of drinking water through their mouths, beetles opt for a different approach by using their butts.

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Extinction-level asteroid impacts could be far more common than we thought, controversial study suggests

New research claims that giant space rocks hit Earth far more often than has been estimated. But some scientists are skeptical.

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1st ever analysis of Beethoven's DNA sheds light on the mystery of his death

Five locks taken from Ludwig van Beethoven's head have revealed that he may likely have died from liver disease, not lead poisoning as was previously thought.

logo.png  By WG  Mar 23, 2023

Ancient marsupial sabertooth had eyes like no other mammal predator

The wide-set eyes and exaggeratingly long teeth likely helped Thylacosmilus atrox become a successful hunter.

logo.png  By WG  Mar 22, 2023