In 2003, graffiti artist Tony Quan was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease, leaving virtually every muscle in his body paralyzed except for his eyes. EyeWriter.org hide caption

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David and Barbara Mikkelson are the husband-and-wife duo behind the myth-busting Web site Snopes.com. Guy Raz/NPR hide caption

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Jesse Veitch died a few years before his cousin Teddi Smith was born. Smith, whose parents died when she was 20, says finding lost family members makes her feel more connected. Anne Cady hide caption

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The wheel of an 18th- or 19th-century sailing ship is one of the treasures deep beneath the Baltic waters. Nord Stream via AP hide caption

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Buttkiss has been living in the same 4-foot-long, 75-gallon tank for most of his life. John Byron Kuhner hide caption

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A life-sized reconstruction of the moment just before the dinosaur hatching and snake were preserved. The scales and patterning of the snake's skin is based on its modern relatives. The coloration of the hatchling is the artist's interpretation. Sculpture by Tyler Keillor/Photo by Ximena Erickson/Image modified by Bonnie Miljour hide caption

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