The hydrogen compound requires extremely high pressure to maintain its extraordinary properties.
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The subterranean rodents have little use for vision, but their magnetic sense tells them which direction is which.
Separate subspecies of the fork-tailed flycatcher make different trill sounds with their wing feathers.
For the first time, astronomers have discovered a planet that survived the death throes of its star.
New research on diamonds found deep in the Earth's crust suggests that the planet's carbon cycle reaches far underground.
When the universe was half its current age, the merger may have produced the first known intermediate-sized black hole.
The tiny robots walk using platinum leg muscles that get their energy from laser light.
Finding suggests "megapredators" may have been more common in Mesozoic Era than previously thought.
The violin players' abilities could shed light on everything from epidemics to the spread of fake news.
Study suggests parts of the animals' backs and legs fused together to form wings.
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