Tegu lizard
News

Four-Foot-Long Lizards Proliferating in Southeastern U.S.

November 25, 2020

Argentine tegu lizards are spreading throughout the southeastern United States, National Geographic reported. The lizards are omnivores, eating smaller animals and fruits, and are the size of dogs, though they can grow up to four feet in length. Reptiles have many unique characteristics. […]

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Coronavirus News

Two Coronavirus Vaccines, Each More Than 90% Effective

November 23, 2020

Two vaccines for the coronavirus have each proven over 90% effective, BuzzFeed reported. Although no timeline can be promised, health experts believe mass vaccinations could begin in April 2021. How good is 95% when it comes to vaccines? […]

Cemetary
News

Fugitive Self-Cloning Mutant Crayfish Invade Antwerp Cemetery

November 7, 2020

A Belgian cemetery has been overrun with unnatural mutant crayfish, “The New Zealand Herald” reported. The all-female horde of crustaceans don’t require males to reproduce and were initially created in a breeding program. Understanding cloning begins with a look at cells. […]

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Psychology

Why is Casual Sex More Common in Men than Women?

October 27, 2020

People think that men are more into casual sex than women, and they are very right. Studies show that the difference between men and women in this area is significant, and the reason roots deep in evolution. Perhaps, to some million years ago. […]

Cat being held by owner
News

Cats Understand When You Slowly Blink at Them, Study Shows

October 18, 2020

So-called “slow blinking” at cats makes them more receptive to humans, Science Alert reported. When cats keep their eyes narrow and slowly blink, it means they are content, and is similar to smiling. The cat family Felidae exhibits many shared behaviors. […]

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