Isn’t not exactly fair to blame this fowl for the urge to take a nap on Thanksgiving.

We bust myths about vampire squids, vampire squirrels, ghost sharks and more.

Reds, oranges and yellows emerge in the fall when trees stop making sugar.

If you don’t take precautions, permanent eye damage is a real consequence.

Shedding, panting and pooping are some of the ways they stay cool.

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All the parts need to work together for your body to stay in business.

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Bright colors and sticky hands might attract the flying insects.

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These chemicals get the blame for bad moods, but there are many good things they do.

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Vocal cords, inside your larynx, vibrate so you can talk and sing.

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People around the world have come up with unusual reasons to have a party.

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Ever wondered about how we stay on our feet?

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They sniff out bombs, trim lawns and help African tribesmen find honey.

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This muscular tube gives food a ride from the mouth to the stomach.

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The answer may surprise you — and your parents.

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Vampire squids and scary anglerfish are just two examples.

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