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The “tomb of the two brothers” probably needs a slightly different name.
English speakers might struggle to name a scent. But that's not true for all people.
Rats have been blamed for the bubonic plague. But was there another culprit?
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter discovered ice sheets that are 300 feet thick.
The discovery places butterflies and moths as far back as 200 million years ago, making them far older than previously known.
For every young male turtle, there are more than 100 females.
It's not aliens. (It is never aliens.)
Pale skin and heavy eyelids are strong cues that an individual is sick, a new study finds.
The group's dwindling numbers went to zero members this week when the White House sent out dismissal letters.
A coalition of female members has raised awareness and called on leadership to act more swiftly on complaints against male colleagues.