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If you've sequenced your DNA, be careful what you do with it...
If they were so similar to us, why did they disappear and not humans?
Would this protect communities where the coronavirus hasn't yet established?
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Are the victims younger? Or have they maybe developed antibodies?
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Time for the ultimate face-off to win our Big Brains of the Month award...
And how dangerous are they?
Does it depend on the plant? Or on the soil?