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From a skin flick to bluetooth. One woman's amazing life.

From a skin flick to bluetooth. One woman's amazing life. | Zoological Gardens of the Bridgelfish | Scoop.it
Written by Naomi Ragan. It all started with a skin flick. In 1933, a beautiful, young Austrian woman took off her clothes for a movie director. She ran through the woods, naked. She swam in a lake, naked.
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6 Surprising Blood-Drinking Animals

Hank introduces us to 6 blood-drinking (or otherwise consuming) animals that you may not be aware of. Don't freak out... Like SciShow? Want to help support u...
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Earth's core far hotter than thought

Earth's core far hotter than thought | Zoological Gardens of the Bridgelfish | Scoop.it
Researchers revisit measurements to determine the temperature of the Earth's core, finding it to be 6,000C - as hot as the surface of the Sun.

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OH! Science is such a fascinating thing to be observing at this point in time :)

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Radiolab Podcast Articles - Wild Talk

Radiolab Podcast Articles - Wild Talk | Zoological Gardens of the Bridgelfish | Scoop.it
In today's podcast, we get a tantalizing taste of words in the wild, from the jungles to the prairie.
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Oh radiolab, you always know exactly what I need to hear :D

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Bringing extinct animals back to life - Boston.com

Bringing extinct animals back to life - Boston.com | Zoological Gardens of the Bridgelfish | Scoop.it
Bringing extinct animals back to life Boston.com The answer for dinosaurs is still, sadly, no, but as an article by Carl Zimmer in this month's National Geographic explains, biologists are getting a lot closer to resurrecting a number of other...
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Crash Course!

Crash Course! | Zoological Gardens of the Bridgelfish | Scoop.it
Six awesome courses in one awesome channel: John Green teaches you US History and Hank Green teaches you Chemistry. Check out the playlists for past courses ...
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I'm going to be watching an awful lot of Crash Course this year to keep the basics of my knowledge of science close to mind for university. It's a good thing they've been made even more interesting by the lovely Hank Green of the youtube pair: the Vlogbrothers.

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Shape-shifting nanoparticles flip from sphere to net in response to tumor signal

Scientists at the University of California, San Diego, have designed tiny spherical particles to float easily through the bloodstream after injection, then (http://t.co/LoZ9x5ZBLP Shape-shifting ...
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Microbiologist finds five types of unidentified funghi in Capri Sun

Microbiologist finds five types of unidentified funghi in Capri Sun | Zoological Gardens of the Bridgelfish | Scoop.it
A microbiologist has found that the price we pay for preservative-free deliciousness comes in the shape of five nasty-looking funghi

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ellispritchard's comment, May 1, 2013 4:57 PM
Or tasty-looking fungi, depending on your point of view...
chinagirl batt's comment, May 21, 2013 10:35 PM
If a purely biological unfolding growing naturely its looking-nasty, but it health for human and living creature, I believe that is great! Some of looks pretty mushrooms are very deadly to eat.
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Sonic hedgehog - genes

Sonic hedgehog - genes | Zoological Gardens of the Bridgelfish | Scoop.it
I love scientists and the way that they name things sometimes.
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Emil Druzinec's comment, June 2, 2013 7:36 PM
That's Interesting.
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Radiolab - Sound As Touch

Radiolab - Sound As Touch | Zoological Gardens of the Bridgelfish | Scoop.it
Anne Fernald explains our need to goochie-goochie-goo at every baby we meet, and absolves us of our guilt. This kind of talk, dubbed motherese, is an instict that crosses cultural and linguistic boundaries.
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This is such an interesting topic! I'm really fascinated by the way the brain works and the way that we communicate. I listened to this awhile ago and it has really stuck with me.

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Human-Powered Helicopters and a Red Fox: SciShow Talk Show #8

Da Vinci imagined a helicopter powered solely by human muscles. Now more than 500 years later, two teams are using advanced materials to try and make that dr...
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I adore scishow and this is an exceptional addition to the reasons for that! I love learning things about animals and it was so cool to learn about Seraphina and her species.

It's really fantastic to hear about things being done in science JUST to do it and increase world awesome levels! Really really cool things :)

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Hagfish slime: The clothing of the future?

Hagfish slime: The clothing of the future? | Zoological Gardens of the Bridgelfish | Scoop.it
The hagfish is a primitive creature that lives at the bottom of the ocean and dates back as far as 500 million years - but it exudes a very special slime.

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Yaha sure i want this.
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Incredible Studio Portraits of Wild Animals by Brad Wilson

Incredible Studio Portraits of Wild Animals by Brad Wilson | Zoological Gardens of the Bridgelfish | Scoop.it
Usually wildlife photography is associated with capturing animals in their natural habitat, but photographer Brad Wilson brings new perspective to this. His series, called

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Animals are my everything, and I love to see them shown so beautifully like this!

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