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Burned Animals From California's Camp Fire Are Being Treated With Fish Skin

Veterinarians at the University of California Davis are using tilapia fish skins to help treat cats and dogs. This is the first time the experimental approach has been used on the animals, according to the school.

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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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The Weird Science Behind 8 Animal Feet

Across the animal kingdom, feet come in an astonishing variety of shapes and sizes. Different types of feet are specialized to do different kinds of things. Here's the science behind 8 animal feet. Via: The Business Insider


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Scientists Say Llamas Could Help Save The World From The Flu And People Love The Idea

In a study published by the Science journal, researchers discovered an antibody found in llamas that could become an important component in a universal flu vaccine. Check out what the people on twitter thought about it. 

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Just admit it, goat eyes look a bit unusual! They're flatter and more elongated than ours and that actually might be a key towards their survival. A study out of the University of California, Berkeley looked at many different animal eyeballs and discovered a fascinating trend.



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An experiment led by Dr. Akiko Takaoka from the Department of Psychology at Japan's Kyoto University concluded that dogs can recognize bad people. Watch the main scientific results in this video by Brightside.  

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8 Animal Behaviors That Still Can't be Explained by Science

Science continues to unlock the great mysteries of why these wacky non-humans do what they do with increasing regularity. But there's still a ton about nature's creations that baffle us to this day. Here are some of them.
Via: Grunge

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A Guinea Pig Rescue Center Uses AI To Name Their Adorable Fluffballs

Neural networks are good at a lot of things. The technology is used in a variety of contexts, from finance to self-driving cars. But naming little balls of fluff? That's definitely new and brilliant.

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Scientists have attached cameras to unlock the mysteries of whales' lives in Antarctica. The cameras have documented their eating habits, their social life and even the way they view humans . The results are amazing.