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The Psychology of Nakedness
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We saw how Komodo dragons inspired the movie King Kong, and we also read about scary stories of terrifying pack behavior. But it was a great year for scientists ... Bats emit calls, the waves go out and bounce back, and badda bing, the bat has a picture ...
Scientists Observe Solar System Planets Like Alien Worlds
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