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  • Scientists Discover 5 New Species of Black Corals Living Near Great Barrier Reef

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  • Etienne Klein: French Scientist Posts Picture of Chorizo on Twitter

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  • How the James Webb Space Telescope Helps the Search for Alien Life

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    Monkeypox has been spreading in humans since as early as 1970. While most monkeypox infections are mild, some can be fatal.

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  • Scientists Are Sending a New Message Into Space With Hopes of Reaching Aliens

    This year, two groups of astronomers plan to send messages containing information about humans and the location of Earth toward parts of space they think may be home to intelligent life.

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  • Bird Flu Is Killing Millions of Chickens & Turkeys Across the US: 5 Questions Answered

  • What Happened to the Moon on March 4, 2022?

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