Why do we age, from a biological perspective.
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These animals can talk. And they don't think much of what you've got to say.
It is sadly not called the turd bee.
"Otton frog": Japanese for "creepy-ass frog with spike."
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So it turns out a slime mold is smarter than many children and more adults we know than we're entirely comfortable with.
Fear the octopus, for he will end you with his many arms. Or just steal your food and laugh about it.
"Vampire squid" is a name that science has wasted on the biological equivalent of that kid in first grade who ate paste. Seriously.
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