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Male fruit flies have more DNA repeats that may explain their shorter lifespan compared to females.
The findings suggest that gender differences in math are socially-induced rather than innately biological.
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China isn't very fond of cryptos, apparently.
It's one of the most revolutionary theories in science.
The amazing sheepshead fish has human-like teeth.
It's a surreal experience but few can bear it for more than a few minutes.
Male gorillas beat their chest to signal dominance to other males, but also their reproductive value to females.
The monkey simply thought about moving its hands up or down and the paddle moved accordingly.
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