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Shrooms on shrooms? Scientist says fungi communicate with each other in 50 words

What happened: On Apr 7, a study conducted by British computer scientist, Andrew Adamatzky from the University of the West of England, stated that the

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China discovered a 140,000-year-old skull and says it could be a sister species to human beings

What happened: China discovered a skull having a unique structure. The new skull is claimed to be 140,000-years -old. Scientists say that the discovery can

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Is coffee good for you? This is what science has to say

There’s a reason why the internet is rife with memes on coffee: over time caffeine has become an essential part of everyday life, be it


This website allows you to track 416 different sharks, whales and sea turtles via GPS: An invasion of priva-sea?

Technology led man to split the atom and touch-down on the moon and now it has allowed man to track the whereabouts of unknowing sea

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Freezing weather, famine and earthquakes predicted as sun goes into ‘lockdown’

Sun has gone into lockdown, which could cause freezing weather, earthquakes and famine, scientists say. The sun is currently in a period of “solar minimum,”

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Scientists think volcanoes may be the reason behind the moon disappearing 900 years ago

About 900 years ago, a skywatcher in England witnessed a total lunar eclipse that must have been baffling, even terrifying. Despite the fact that the

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Giant asteroid flyby expected next week: Arecibo Observatory

According to NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies, the flyby is expected to occur on Wednesday, April 29, at 5:56 a.m. ET. The asteroid is

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A new species of green pit vipers was named after Salazar Slytherin by scientists

A group of Indian researchers discovered a new species of green pit vipers and named it after Salazar Slytherin. Why Slytherin? For those who are

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World’s ‘longest animal’ discovered in Australia’s deep ocean

Scientists exploring the deep sea off Australia’s coast have discovered as many as 30 new marine species – and what may be the longest animal

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90 million years ago, Antartica was covered with a lush rainforest

It’s hard to image the icy Antarctic as a lush rainforest, but that’s what it was almost 90 million years ago, a time when dinosaurs