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  1. The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
    Here are the most interesting, amazing and unusual things that happened in the world of science this week. A recap of Live Science's best.
  2. Amazing Images: The Best Science Photos of the Week
    Here are the stories behind the most amazing images in the world of science this week. A recap of the coolest photos featured on Live Science.
  3. Hidden Compartments in This Wrecked Confederate Submarine Could Solve a 150-Year-Old Mystery
    The confederate sub sank with all crewmembers still at their posts, suggesting they never saw their demise coming.
  4. ...Don't Drink the Mummy Juice
    A petition is asking for a taste of the red liquid found in a massive Egyptian sarcophagus.
  5. Tropical Pink 'Sea Pickles' Are Invading the Waters of the Pacific Northwest
    It's a totally tubular invasion.
  6. A Rare Condition Is Causing a Boy's Skin to Turn to 'Stone.' What Is Stiff Skin Syndrome?
    A Colorado boy has an extremely rare condition that's causing his skin to harden "like stone," his parents say.
  7. Do Brown Recluse Spider Bites Really Lead to Amputations?
    While brown recluse spiders are venomous, their alleged bites are often wrongly identified.
  8. This $1.5 Million Project Aims to Count All the Cats in Washington, D.C.
    One cat, two cat... red cat, blue cat
  9. Last Survivor of Uncontacted Tribe, 'Man of the Hole,' Is Spotted in the Amazon
    Video footage shows the "Man of the Hole" chopping trees in the Amazon.
  10. Blob-Like Sea Monster Washes Up on Maine Beach
    What kind of sea monster is this?
  11. This Week's Strangest Science News
    Ready to get weird? Here are some of the strangest stories on Live Science this week.
  12. Woman Tried to Treat Athlete’s Foot with Raw Garlic. It Burned Through Her Toe.
    A woman in England learned the hard way that it's not safe to treat a foot fungus infection by covering it with slices of raw garlic, according to a new report of the woman's case.
  13. South Korean Company Claims Sunken Russian Warship Contains $132 Billion Worth of Gold
    A 21st century rush for sunken treasure means a rush for stock investments.
  14. Century-Old Burials of 95 Convict Slaves Uncovered in Texas
    Ninety-five burials found in Texas likely belong to African Americans who were forced to work on plantations in the state's convict-leasing system.
  15. This Creepy Hole-Fish Is So Excited to Eat Literally Anything
    Which unfortunate animal will wander too close to this ugly burrow fish's horrible mouth first?
  16. Syphilis: Symptoms & Treatment
    Syphilis is the third most common sexually transmitted disease in the United States. Nearly 28,000 cases of the most contagious stages of the disease were reported to the CDC in 2016.
  17. Diabetes May Increase Risk for Cancer, Especially for Women
    A new meta-analysis finds it might, especially for women.
  18. That Massive Black Sarcophagus Was Opened. Here's What's Inside.
    A massive black sarcophagus found in Egypt and dating to the time of Alexander the Great has been opened.
  19. Your Earliest Memory Probably Never Happened
    What is your first memory?
  20. Mystery of Spiky-Skulled Utah Dinosaur Solved
    When paleontologists in Utah first dug up the fossil of a spiky-skulled ankylosaur in Utah, they were perplexed.
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