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According To a New Research, Unicorns Did Exist After All And People Are Excited

The Ice Age rhinoceros, known as the "Siberian unicorn" due to its enormous single horn, was thought to have gone extinct up to 200,000 years ago. However, new research published in Nature Ecology and Evolution shows it survived until at least 39,000 years ago, meaning the giant lived alongside humans.

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According To a New Research, Goats Can Tell When You're Happy

Apparently, dogs aren't the only domestic animals that can read our emotions. According to a new research, Not only can goats tell when people are happy, but they also prefer interacting with happy people. Via: ZME Science

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Owning a Cat? You Wouldn't Believe How It Can Boost Your Career

Apparently, our aversion to scooping poop out of our cat's litter box could be preventing us from realizing our career potential, according to a new research linking parasite to entrepreneurial drive in humans. 


 






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According To a New Study, Cat Owners Are More Intelligent Than Dog Owners

In a time of political polarity and extreme views, the world's biggest rivalry, cat lovers versus dog lovers, has raised its cute, furry head again. This time, with a new study by Denise Guastello. Via: Land of cats

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Want To Live Longer? Get a Dog

Good news for animal lovers: having a dog can actually lower your risk of dying from certain diseases.






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GPS Trackers Reveal The Crazy Distance Your Cat Goes At Night

Cats love to wander — but just how far they go is pretty wild. Australian researchers put GPS trackers on a dozen cats and tracked down their movements. The resulting maps are surprising, we knew cats are used to roam around the neighborhood during the night, but nobody could imagine that some of the cats walked as far as 3km. Look at these maps to understand the way cats actually move at night.


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Struggling Relationship? According to New Research, Puppy Pictures Might Help

A new study published this week in Psychological Science found that people who were shown photos of puppies and bunnies next to a photo of their partner developed more positive associations with that partner than control groups.

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