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





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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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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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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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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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Over a million LEGO pieces were used to build an authentic looking Bugattio Chiron Replica that actually drives!





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Greenland sharks have been spotted that are 500 years old. The secret is cold water and a slow metabolism.





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A soccer team in Thailand got stuck in a deep cave while exploring it for over 18 days. Water sealed the exits back to land. Read how they were all saved.





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Lawmakers are thinking of lowering the voting age down to 16 instead of 18. Teens are already learning and caring in high school about the president and government, so why shouldn't they vote?





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These unusual looking special glasses can help prevent motion sickness by using moving fluids in the glasses to let your brain know you are moving.





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A new discovery of a 14,000 year-old piece of burnt bread shows that our ancient wandering ancestors knew how to harvest grain and bake bread.





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