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Florida man wrangles alligator from 10-foot python's deadly grip in Everglades
A Florida trapper says he captures between two to six pythons per night when he hunts them in the Everglades.

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'King Arthur' castle discovery: Mysterious inscription intrigues experts
A mysterious inscription from the 7th-century A.D. has been discovered in the ruins of an English castle associated with the legend of King Arthur.

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Mysterious wolf-like creature killed in Montana ID'd through DNA test
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) revealed the identity of the mysterious wolf-like creature that was shot dead in the state last month.

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Ancient turquoise rewrites Aztec history
For a long time, scholars have thought that the Aztecs had frequent contact with groups in what's now the American Southwest.

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Mammals are going nocturnal to avoid us
The list of ways humans have altered the planet continues to grow: Animals are becoming more nocturnal, possibly as a means of avoiding the superpredators we've become, per a new study.

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Napoleon's Battle of Waterloo hat auctioned for $325G
An extremely rare ‘bicorne,' or 2-pointed hat, that was worn by Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo was sold at auction in France for $325,000 on Monday.

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5,000 year-old stone balls continue to baffle archaeologists
Some of the most enigmatic human-made objects from Europe's late Stone Age — intricately carved balls of stone, each about the size of a baseball — continue to baffle archaeologists more than 200 years after they were first discovered.

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These are the 19 ways your dog is secretly communicating with you
Scientists have discovered dogs use 19 signals dogs to try and communicate with their human pals.

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Weird low-light bacteria could potentially thrive on Mars
An international team of scientists has found that a strange type of bacteria can turn light into fuel in incredibly dim environments.

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100 million-year-old tick found entrapped in amber
Imagine your worst day ever, preserved for eternity. That's what happened to a very unlucky tick 100 million years ago.

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Stephen Hawking's voice blasted into space toward black hole
The voice of the late scientist was beamed into space on Friday, sending a message of peace and hope, heading toward a black hole approximately 3,500 light-years from Earth.

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Georgia woman strangles, kills rabid bobcat after it attacks her: 'It came for my face'
A Georgia grandmother claims she strangled a rabid bobcat to death after it jumped on her in an unprovoked attack.

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1,000-year-old ancient amulet discovered in Jerusalem's City of David
Archaeologists in Israel have unearthed an extremely rare ancient clay amulet with a blessing in Arabic.

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Georgia man finds two 5-foot-long rat snakes slithering inside home
A Georgia man had an unsettling experience over the weekend when he found two snakes, both measuring 5 feet or longer, slithering inside his home.

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Jellyfish numbers on the rise along US beaches
If you're heading to the beach this summer like millions of other Americans, scientists say you should be on the lookout for jellyfish.

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There's a historic dust storm on Mars — and it's nothing like 'The Martian'
As an intense dust storm rages on Mars , many are wondering — how bad can a Martian storm really be? Tuesday (June 12), NASA's Opportunity rover stopped communications amid a severe dust storm on the Red Planet.

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This monster black hole's jet has 125 billion times more energy than the Sun
A dust-enshrouded, giant black hole ripping apart a star blasted out a superfast jet of particles that packed about 125 billion times the amount of energy the sun releases per year, a new study finds.

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Rare whale dolphin mysteriously washes ashore
A rare female northern right whale dolphin washed up on an Oregon beach last week, leaving experts guessing as to how the creature, seen only four times on the coastline in the last 20 years, died.

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Elvis Presley's lion head gold ring up for auction
A lion head gold ring worn by Elvis Presley at Graceland in 1972 is up for auction in the U.K. this weekend.

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Jellyfish stings causes hundreds of Florida beachgoers to be treated
More than 1,000 beachgoers in Florida have been treated for jellyfish stings since Saturday, Volusia County Beach Safety officials said.

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Moon dust from Neil Armstrong belongs to her, not NASA, Tennessee woman says in lawsuit
Laura Cicco received a vial of moon dust from famed Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong nearly 50 years ago. Now the Tennessee woman is suing NASA -- as a preemptive move to ensure that the space agency can't take the gift away from her.

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3 baby alien planets detected around newborn star
Three exoplanets are in the process of being born around a young star that's not too far from the sun, two new studies report.

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Do we need a single international language in space?
Nowadays, most humans leaving Earth must do so through Russian territory.

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Meet the amazing cloned monkeys
It's been about six months since a pair of cloned female macaques were brought into this world by a team of Chinese scientists.

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