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Mysterious shipwreck discovered in Great Lakes believed to be nearly 200 years old
Experts are planning to investigate a mysterious Great Lakes shipwreck that they say may be the oldest in Lake Erie and might be nearly 200 years old.

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'Guard goose' downs high school golfer, who still pars the hole
After his harrowing fairway encounter with a goose, a Michigan high school golfer may want to take a quack at another sport.

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Wildlife photographer captures osprey carrying shark, carrying fish in 'one-in-a-trillion photograph'
A photographer in Florida captured a stunning photo of an osprey carrying a small shark in its talons. The shark also had a fish in its mouth.

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10-foot alligator strolls near Florida middle school, stops traffic
A 10-foot alligator that took a stroll near a middle school in Florida stopped traffic in Deltona, according to a local news report.

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Baby giraffe escapes Indiana zoo enclosure, leads staff on wild chase
A 7-month-old female giraffe at an Indiana zoo briefly escaped her enclosure on Monday.

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Egg of extinct elephant bird was mislabeled as fake for decades, museum realizes
A museum in Buffalo, N.Y., recently discovered that a rare elephant bird egg in its collection had been mislabeled as a model for decades.

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Saturn may be the missing piece in the puzzle of Jupiter's moons
Saturn may have played a key role in the birth of Jupiter's largest moons, a new study finds.

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Uranus discovery fulfills cosmic punchline
Scientists using the huge telescope on Hawaii's Mauna Kea volcano have discovered the world's most obvious space joke.

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Can secret JFK files shed light on a 1971 suicide?
A long-dead diplomat's family is urging President Trump to release still-secret files on John F. Kennedy's assassination ahead of the Thursday deadline Trump set to do so, in hopes it changes the story of their father's suicide.

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'Extremely rare' shark seen for first time in a decade at fish market
A shark that hasn't been seen in more than a decade was found in an unusual location: an Indian fish market.

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California fault line is 'tectonic time bomb' for disastrous earthquake, researchers say
Residents in the San Francisco Bay Area are living along a fault that is a "ticking time bomb" that could generate an earthquake that could kill hundreds, according to a report released Wednesday.

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Man bitten by shark, bear, snake in less than 4 years
When Dylan McWilliams was bitten by a shark Thursday in Hawaii, it meant he had been bitten by a shark, a bear and a rattlesnake – all in less than four years.

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Giant whale bumps into Maryland pier, shocks fishermen
A man fishing off of a pier in Maryland had an unexpected encounter with a whale, a video shows.

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Lyrid meteor shower peaks this weekend: What to know about the starry spectacle
The annual Lyrid meteor shower will put on a spectacular display -- with 10 to 20 meteors per hour -- as it peaks this weekend.

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Doomsday timeline: Dates when David Meade, others said the world was supposed to end
The start to the end of the world is coming, according to doomsday writer David Meade.

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Knife-wielding monk seal pup spotted on Hawaii beach
Hawaiian officials are warning beachgoers after a monk seal pup was spotted on a local beach with a knife in its mouth.

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Ultrasound found the secret of a people who dive deep
"They are simply a stranger to the land," an anthropologist says of Southeast Asia's Bajau people, and a new study shows their bodies have changed to account for that.

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What's next for NASA's TESS exoplanet hunter?
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA's newest planet-hunting powerhouse, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), leaped into orbit Wednesday evening (April 18) atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.

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Doctor who gave Asperger syndrome its name helped Nazis kill children, study says
The Austrian doctor for whom Asperger syndrome is named helped the Nazis kill disabled children during World War II, according to a study published Thursday.

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Rare Titanic rescue letters surface
Two extremely rare letters written by a passenger on Titanic rescue ship RMS Carpathia are up for auction in the U.K. this weekend.

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Baby owls born on California windowsill gawk at workers in viral photo
Three baby owls born on a University of California, Los Angeles windowsill stare down workers in a viral photo.

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Treasure island: Rare metals discovery on remote Pacific atoll is worth billions of dollars
The discovery of vast reserves of rare-earth elements on a tiny island found in Japan's exclusive economic waters, used in everything from iPhones to missile systems to electric vehicles, has been described as a "game changer."

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Tortoise found covered in red paint, concrete along Florida road
Authorities in Florida are asking for help after a gopher tortoise was found earlier this week covered in red spray paint and with concrete on its limbs.

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