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A man sleeps on his desk during the Beijing Comic convention in Beijing on June 10, 2016.
Plus building walls, radiation in the clouds and your question, answered.
Sleep isn't just down time for the brain.
Frogs can change the viscosity of their saliva so an insect will stick to their tongue. Then they suck in their eyeballs to help push it down their throat.
Biologists worry that Trump's 'wall' will disrupt sensitive areas and further endanger wildlife.
Newly discovered 'radiation clouds' means inflight radiation doubles when a plane flies through one.
Actors have the Oscars. Here in Canada, scientists have the Herzberg.
You ask the question, we find the answer.
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