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Researchers discovered ants (Colobopsis explodens) that actually explode to sacrifice themselves to save their colonies from predators.





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Bazz is a dog beekeeper that was trained to sniff out infected bee hives so they can quarantine them and protect other bees. He even has a special dog beekeeper suit to stop bee stings.





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These are spoons you can eat. They taste good and don't produce all the waste of plastic spoons.





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Big Jake is the world's tallest horse. He is close to 7 ft tall and weighs 2,600 pounds. His owner says he is a gentle giant.





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Sushi Chef Yujia Hu makes amazing food you can eat that looks just like different types of sneakers which he calls “Shoe-shi.”





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A Columbus artist created what people are calling the "Ultimate Selfie Experience." Visitors step inside a special photo booth to create giant 3D selfies of themselves.





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During space walks from the International Space Station, sample swabs were taken. Russian scientists claim that bacteria was found which was never present before it left earth. It could be the first signs of alien life ever discovered.





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Scientists now say that sticky glitter decorations are an ecological hazard that needs to be banned across the globe. Many fish swallow them.





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Teomirn is an app for Microsoft's HoloLens that projects a virtual reality piano teacher into your home that teaches you how to play songs.





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GE has developed themes for MRI machines, like spaceship adventures and cable cars for specific hospitals to make the scans less scary for children.





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In Times Square NYC, tourists will now be able to take an up-close digital dive deep into the sea without ever getting a drop of water on them as they explore the ocean depths.





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The Crayola crayon company announced a new shade of blue joining its color collection called bluetiful to its 24-count crayon box.





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This $40M indoor 49,000 sq ft exhibit includes very detailed scale models of famous structures, cities and landscapes, such as the Eiffel Tower, pyramids of Egypt, Time Square, and Niagara Falls. It even has mini self-driving cars.





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Sienna, who is just 9-years-old and from London, became the first ever child Lego designer after entering a contest.





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A new dinosaur has been found that is the largest on record. Named Patagotitan mayorum, this giant is over 122 ft (37m) and weighs more than 12 elephants!





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Just like in Star Trek, scientists successfully teleported an object from the Earth's surface to an orbiting satellite for the first time ever using quantum physics. Teleportation will one day become a reality.





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A 10-year boy’s accidental discovery in the Las Cruces desert led a New Mexico State University professor to a rare, mostly intact 1.2 million year-old stegomastodon skull.





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This new type of tooth brush, called the Amabrush, automatically cleans your teeth in just 10 seconds using advanced technology. The inventors say it works better than a regular toothbrush.





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A fossil found by an elk hunter in Montana has led to the discovery of a new species of prehistoric sea creature dinosaur that lived about 70 million years ago near the Rocky Mountains. It is a type of elasmosaurus that had super long necks.





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When a tortoise had troubles walking, this clever pet vet made a mini wheelchair out of Legos to help him get around.





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Does the picture of fruit look red to you? Believe it or not, there is no red in the picture of strawberries. It is because of a psychology mind trick.





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15-year-old Katie Francis plans to set a record by selling over 100,000 boxes of Girl Scout cookies!





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Smart glasses have liquid lenses that automatically adjust their focus. This removes the need for reading and distance glasses, or to keep getting new prescriptions each year.





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Researchers used the latest technology to create a song that makes babies so happy they start laughing.





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Water was discovered on earth that is much older than previously thought. It could mean water also existed on mars a long time ago that may have supported life.





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A group of high school students created 3.7 grams of an active ingredient used in the medicine Daraprim, which would sell in the United States for between $US35,000 and $US110,000. They reduced the cost to only $20 making it affordable to those who need it.





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Adding just a small amount of dried seaweed to a cow's diet can reduce the amount of methane a cow produces by up to 99 per cent.





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Called Proxima b and located 4 light years from our sun, scientists believe it may be an "ocean planet" similar to Earth and could also have life on it.





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The Netherlands launched a new type of water drone that is capable of automatically patrolling the city’s port and cleaning up waste when it sees it.





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Sadly, Lazarus spent his entire life in a barn and never had a haircut in over 6 years. He we rescued and lost 35 pounds worth of fur after his first haircut.





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In New Zealand Domino's pizza now delivers pizza using flying drones which should provide very fast delivery almost anywhere.





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A new packaging made from milk can help prevent waste from plastic wrap that pollutes the environment.





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Faroe island was too difficult to map, so it was one of the only spots in Europe not on Google maps. Sheep equipped with cameras solved the problem.





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800,000 people all got together to help the earth by planting 50 million trees. They also set a world recording doing it.





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China now has a bus that can ride on top of cars to ease their traffic troubles. Will this solve their problems?





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The amazing Smog Free Tower is able to clean large amounts of air in a city. As if that was not enough, it takes the pollution caught and turns them into diamonds!





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The Boston Dynamics robot can do basic chores, like washing dishes, and putting things away.





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Harry Potter fans come check out this super cool site. With news, facts, and so much more on this site everybody will love it!





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A new Harry Potter book is coming in July! For all those Harry Potter fans out there, your dream of a new book has come true!





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Researchers now think the cure to all cancers might be as simple as giving a vaccine, like what you might get to prevent the flu.