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  • These animals celebrated Halloween early. Lucky! (via Seeker)

      

  • There's a reason why horror movies make you literally jump out of your seat. 😱

      

  • This device could shock you out of a bad habit. (via @Seeker)

      

  • Here’s how to make a baby instantly stop crying. And probably a few tired parents. #OutrageousActsofScience

      

  • Orcas live in smaller groups, but have been spotted in these "superpods" all over the world. Researchers say it's not to hunt; they're apex predators of the oceans. 

The sub-groups come together to maintain social ties and find mates! Sounds like a trip to the pub for us humans! 🐳🐳🐳 (via Animal Planet)

      

  • Baby-making season is in full swing for sea turtles. (via @Seeker)

      

  • This genetic tool maps living brains in 3D. (via Seeker)

      

  • This caterpillar-like robot may be the future of drug delivery. (via @Seeker)

      

  • Revisit the famous arena where gladiators fought 1,900 years ago. Some gladiators were so famous, grafitti was found of them on the walls of Pompeii.

There are new discoveries at Pompeii, so don't miss our NEW episode of Unearthed tonight at 10P on Science and SCIgo.

      

  • Premature babies can benefit from kangaroo mother care. (via Seeker)

      

  • Make your own walking rainbow. (via Seeker)

      

  • This former symbol of Soviet prestige, later known as "The Tower of Death," finally met its fate on March 24, 2018. Watch it crumble.

Don't miss an all new episode of #MysteriesoftheAbandoned Tuesday at 9p ET on Science Channel and on SCIgo.

      

These animals celebrated Halloween early. Lucky! (via Seeker)

 

 

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