Why Dogs Tilt Their Heads: A New Study Provides an Insight

Dogs possess an almost infinite number of lovable characteristics and behaviors, and their peculiar head tilt in response to human voices is no exception. Despite our intimate association with canines, little research on their head-cocking behavior has been conducted. According…

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Three-eyed ‘Dinosaur Shrimps’ Appear in the Arizona Desert After a Torrential Summer Downpour

According to the rangers at Wupatki National Monument, hundreds of odd, prehistoric-looking critters surfaced and began swimming around a temporary lake in the desert after a heavy summer downpour in northern Arizona. Triops are tadpole-sized critters that "look like little…

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Two US Scientists Win Nobel Prize in Medicine for Unraveling the Mysteries of the Human Sense of Touch

Two American scientists have been awarded the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for unraveling the microscopic mysteries of the human sense of touch. David Julius of the University of California, San Francisco received half of the prize for…

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Caterpillar Infestation in Upstate NY Leaves Yards Full of Droppings

Caterpillars from Gypsy Moths have exploded in population in upstate New York, munching on tree leaves and depositing excrement in the neighborhood yards, according to the residents. According to media reports and New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC)…

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Jury Awards $15 Million for Destroyed Embryos in a Historic Verdict

The District Court for the Northern District of California, in a jury decision, awarded the five victims $14.975 million in damages, including $14 million for emotional distress, in a landmark verdict involving the destruction of frozen embryos three years ago…

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Toddler with an IQ of 146 Becomes American Mensa’s Youngest Member

Kashe Quest, a California native, has an IQ of 146 and was accepted as a member of the high-IQ society. The 2-year-old girl has just made history as the youngest member of American Mensa.  According to Healthline, the average intelligence…

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