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Charlotte Douglas International Airport has deployed an army of 1.9 million worms to eat through its organic waste. The airport has reduced the trash it sends to the landfill by 70 percent. Julie Rose hide caption

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One Airport's Trash Is 2 Million Worms' TreasureWFAE-FM

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The fossil remains of Dickinsonia, an Ediacaran organism that's long been extinct. Scientists have long assumed these early life forms lived in the sea, but a new study argues they emerged on land. G. Retallack/Nature hide caption

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Land Creatures Might Not Have Come From The Sea

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