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Feast your eyes, heart, and mind on a few of the most sensational science and nature photography of 2018

Feast your eyes, heart, and mind on a few of the...

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The award-winning picture is titled "Three Diamonds in the Sky" and was shot by photographer Petr Horálek from Pakwero, Uganda. This eclipse Horálek captured was a hybrid — not total eclipse or annular eclipse — due to where he was standing on Earth. Some points on our round world are physically closer to the moon,…
Fake homeopathy information released in leading journal stimulates protest, facepalms

Fake homeopathy information released in leading journal stimulates protest, facepalms

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Enlarge / Seriously, it's enough to make researchers cry. Editors at a respected scientific journal are reconsidering their decision to publish a study, which claims that a homeopathic dilution of poison oak can reduce pain in rats, after online critics pointed out that the study is rife with bogus, sloppy, and low-quality data. The study—titled…
Professional Photographer Catches Rare, White Deer Mid-Sneeze (Due To The Fact That Nature Is Majestic)

Professional Photographer Catches Rare, White Deer Mid-Sneeze (Due To The Fact...

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Oban van Shie captured a rare photo of a majestic white deer mid-sneeze in Leicestershire, England. Credit: Oban van Shie On Sept. 26, hobbyist nature photographer Oban van Shie was strolling through Bradgate park — an 800-year-old deer park in Leicestershire, England — when he was captivated by a strange sight. Sitting among the park's…
Enjoy a Moth Suck the Tears From a Bird’s Eye, Due to the fact that Nature Is Metal

Enjoy a Moth Suck the Tears From a Bird’s Eye, Due...

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Some people just thrive on drama. Take this moth, for instance. Somewhere in the Brazilian Amazon, this moth is literally drinking the tears out of a bird's eye in the dead of night. While we at Live Science do not hold any degrees in lepidopterology, we believe we are correct in saying that's pretty metal.…

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