Scorpions develop a sting in the tail before they are ready to use it
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Scorpions develop a sting in the tail before they are ready to use it

Chinese scorpion (Mesobuthus martensii, Eng Wah Teo/ Alamy) For protection, scorpions are born riding on the backs of their mothers. They cannot eat,
Blood test could reveal who is most likely to get severe covid-19
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Blood test could reveal who is most likely to get severe covid-19

Illustration of antibodies that respond to the SARS CoV-2 virus KATERYNA KON/SCIENCEPHOTO LIBRARY A simple blood test can help determine if people
Black holes just got much more complicated thanks to quantum pressure
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Black holes just got much more complicated thanks to quantum pressure

Artist impression of a blackhole Shutterstock/ Vadim Sadovski Black holes could have a unique version of pressure that is not found anywhere else in
Tooth decay has been a problem for primates for 54 million years
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Tooth decay has been a problem for primates for 54 million years

Artist impression of Eosimias primate. It lived between 45-40 million years ago. CLAUS LUNAU/SCIENCEPHOTO LIBRARY Sugars in our carbohydrate-rich
A glimpse at Greenland's deep-sea ecosystems threatened by fishing
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A glimpse at Greenland's deep-sea ecosystems threatened by fishing

A grenadier fish swimming on the seafloor near an anemone ZOOLOGICAL SOCITY OF LONDON As halibut fishing boats from Greenland continue to reek over
AI can detect a deepfake face because its pupils have jagged edges
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AI can detect a deepfake face because its pupils have jagged edges

This could be a computer-generated facial expression. Manjurul Haque/Alamy, take a look at the eyes It is easy to create a fake persona online using
Almost no one encrypts their emails because it is too much of a hassle
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Almost no one encrypts their emails because it is too much of a hassle

We have the technology to encrypt emails, but we don't usually bother JLStock/Shutterstock An analysis of 81,000,000 messages over the past 27 years
Even tiny green spaces in cities help urban wildlife biodiversity
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Even tiny green spaces in cities help urban wildlife biodiversity

The High Line is an urban park in New York Albachiaraa/Getty Images According to a four year study done in Melbourne, Australia, increasing the
Smoke sets off alarms on the International Space Station
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Smoke sets off alarms on the International Space Station

According to reports, alarms rang aboard the Russian side the International Space Station (ISS), on Thursday September 9. Crew members reported that
Men fart more when eating a plant-based diet due to good gut bacteria
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Men fart more when eating a plant-based diet due to good gut bacteria

Good gut bacteria is promoted by plant-based foods Shutterstock / Megan Betteridge Researchers have discovered that men who eat plant-based diets