Shocking Insight On Electric Eels

The electric eel is one of those animals that can strike fear into people's hearts, even though it lives a relatively peaceful life in the tepid waterways of South America. 

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Turning Waste into Materials for the Trip To Mars

Mars is a long way off. Space agencies planning a mission there have estimated that sending six crew members to the Red Planet would take about 916 days.

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New Lava Lake in The Congo

Explosions of fiery lava fountains and plumes of poisonous gas, a new lava lake has appeared atop one of Africa's most active volcanoes.

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Woman That Follow a Mediterranean Diet May Live Longer

Women who eat a Mediterranean-style diet may live longer than those who don't, according to new study that looked at one marker of aging. 

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Cook dropped from England WC squad
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Rodgers makes hasty briefing exit
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2014, worst year for Egypt’s gays
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