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Tiny meteorites are everywhere — here’s how to find them

2018 in weird science, from alien conspiracies to sensory illusions

New Panasonic device sucks up your shoe smells, if you have five hours

Star Trek fans can now buy Vulcan wireless earbuds to look the part

Your ears are cockroach heaven and that’s why they keep crawling in there

Puke, poop, and sweat: a ranking of New York City’s grossest attractions

Four times people cried ‘aliens’ — and four times they were wrong

These penguins found a camera, then they hammed it up

How a beach umbrella fatally impaled a woman with 800 pounds of force

These eel-like creatures use their flaccid, squishy skin to survive shark attacks

Underwater robots reveal the cannibalistic all-you-can-eat-buffet of the deep sea

Don’t let a dry tree ruin Christmas

Meet the tapeworm hunters scouring shark guts for these 'beautiful little' parasites

How this giraffe lost its spots, and other tales of unusually white animals

Dozens of people got diarrhea from puppy poop bacteria

Sorry Twitter, this Greenland shark is not actually full of pee

Go ahead and cry — your tears might power the batteries of the future

What to know when your car is melted by 7,500 pounds of slime eels

This blue sulfur hellfire in Wyoming is mesmerizing — and toxic

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Sharks literally puke their guts out — here's why

You're always just a typo away from the Large Hardon Collider

Decaying turtle or vulture vomit? Here are the worst smells in the world, according to scientists

New species of meat-eating sponge found off the coast of Canada

These tree-climbing goats disperse seeds by spitting instead of pooping them out, study says

Deafeningly loud shrimp named after Pink Floyd

Guppies with bigger brains prefer more attractive mates

Why exactly are these turkeys circling a dead cat?

Newly discovered 400-million-year-old giant worm had killer jaws

This gecko sheds its scales and goes butt naked to escape predators

The horror: Indian doctors remove 6-foot tapeworm through a patient’s mouth

Orangutan will use ‘Tinder’ to find her mate — but first needs a tablet she can’t smash

This is what a frozen lake sounds like