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  • Scientists Identify Mysterious Mad Snake D...(02:01)
  • A mysterious 'mad snake disease' that causes pythons to tie themselves up in knots may be caused by a rodent virus, scientists believe. The fatal con...
  • Date: August 14, 2012
  • Source: Associated Press
  • Scientists Can Identify Individual Wolves ...(01:08)
  • Researchers from Nottingham Trent University in the United Kingdom have found a way to identify wolves just by hearing their howl. With an archive of ...
  • Date: July 24, 2013
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Seabird Killer 'Glue' Is Identified(01:18)
  • Scientists have identified the mystery substance which caused hundreds of seabirds to be washed up off the south coast of Cornwall, Devon and Dorset.
  • Date: February 06, 2013
  • Source: BBC News
  • The Search To Identify WWII Mystery Man(01:41)
  • A teacher in San Marcos, Texas was cleaning out her desk at a middle school when she found a picture of an unknown soldier. Now, they say that everyth...
  • Date: April 29, 2014
  • Source: Broken News Daily
  • Black And Latina Scientists Misidentified ...(01:08)
  • A survey of more than 500 professional female scientists has found that nearly half of black and Latina participants had been misidentified as being p...
  • Date: July 07, 2015
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Scientists Discover the First Fully Warm-B...(01:07)
  • Scientists say the deep-water predatory fish known as the opah is the first fully warm-blooded fish ever identified. Jen Markham (@jenmarkham) has th...
  • Date: May 15, 2015
  • Source: Buzz60
  • Missing Skull of King Henry IV Found in At...(01:02)
  • Finding a mummified skull in your attic is one thing, but it’s an entirely different thing when scientists identify that skull as the long-lost head o...
  • Date: February 17, 2013
  • Source: Newsy
  • What Could Eat a Great White Shark?(01:13)
  • Researchers believe they've identified the mysterious sea creature big enough to eat a Great White Shark.
  • Date: July 02, 2014
  • Source: Great Outdoors

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