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Thursday, April 20, 2017
The Planet's Most Mysterious Geoglyphs, Taking the Bias Out Of Facial Reconstruction, What's the Difference Between Horns and Antlers? and More
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Where to See Five of the Planet's Most Mysterious Geoglyphs
Jaw-Dropping Video Shows Blue Whale Chowing Down on Krill
Spend the Night Howling with Wolves in Québec's Parc Mahikan
Without Edgar Allan Poe, We Wouldn't Have Sherlock Holmes
Europe's Famed Bog Bodies Are Starting to Reveal Their Secrets
Social Networks May Give Runners a Motivational Leg Up to Hit the Pavement
Researchers Work to Take the Bias Out Of Facial Reconstruction
Billie Holiday’s Label Wouldn’t Touch 'Strange Fruit'
Almost Half of Natural World Heritage Sites Are Threatened by Criminal Activity
What's the Difference Between Horns and Antlers and More Questions From Our Readers
Why Is France in Its Fifth Republic?
Augmented Reality Could Change Health Care—Or Be a Faddish Dud
The Naturalist Who Inspired Ernest Hemingway and Many Others to Love the Wilderness
The Chance of Another El Niño Is Rising
Air & Space
In Case of Eclipse, You Have 2 Minutes and 40 Seconds to Get the Picture Right
SeaWorld Announces Birth of Last Orca Bred in Captivity
A New Sensor That Looks and Acts Like Fruit Could Reduce In-Transit Produce Waste
Australia's Salt Ponds Look Like Beautiful, Abstract Art From Above
Salty Food Might Make You Drink Less, Not More
Edgar Allen Poe was credited with published the first detective story
The Murders in Rue Morge
appeared in print. The story was ripped from the headlines after a teenage beauty turned up dead in the Hudson River.
Poe didn't just write the story—read how he tried (and failed) to crack the case of the dead teenager.
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