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Caption: A Moment of Science
Orangutan Travel Plans: Give a Holler!

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Caption: A Moment of Science
The Amazing Regeneration of the Axolotl

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Caption: A Moment of Science
The Ecological Niche: Not Just a Hole in the Wall

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Caption: A Moment of Science
Sand Tiger Sharks and Extreme Sibling Rivalry

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Caption: A Moment of Science
Meet the Goblin Lurking on the Edge of our Solar System

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Caption: A Moment of Science
Why Is Homo Sapiens the Only Surviving Hominin Species?

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Caption: A Moment of Science
How Rainbow Weevils Get Their Rainbow Spots

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Caption: The 1918 influenza pandemic killed 50 million people., Credit: US Army
Scientists are learning from history’s most deadly pandemic.

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  • Added: Oct 19, 2018
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