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Eels manage to move from one bit of water to another. To do this they must go over land. How do they do it?
I would like to tell my grandfather's country of origin from his DNA. Can I do that?
What ingredients go into antibiotics, and how do they work?
Is aloe vera grown commercially to harvest, how big are the plants, how is is extracted?
why don't woodpeckers get brain damage when they hammer into a tree?
How do whales hunt and eat prey without swallowing gallons of water?
Why do my Dog's Eyes Shine When I Point a Light at Him?
Is there an evolutionary advantage to tongue-rolling?