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Mary VanDam pours coffee for patron Jim Brumm at Mr. B's Pancake House in Laketon Township, Mich. Cory Morse/Muskegon Chronicle via AP hide caption

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Scientists recently mapped the louse genome. It has only 108 million letters of DNA, which is fewer than in other insects they've mapped. Courtesy Aurelie Veracx hide caption

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Courtesy Aurelie Veracx

Mapping Louse DNA Could Help Fight The Parasite

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A robotic sub found an underwater mountain range beneath Pine Island Glacier. British Antarctic Survey hide caption

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British Antarctic Survey