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The moon is generally thought to be a dry place, and the discovery of water on its surface comes as an unexpected — and exciting — surprise for researchers. Carolina K. Smith/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Thanks To Gene Therapy, Monkeys See In Full Color

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A smallmouth bass caught on a lake near Ely, Minn. One-third of smallmouths surveyed by the USGS showed signs of intersex. Sam Cook hide caption

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Study: Gender-Bending Fish Widespread In U.S.

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A glacier in Patagonia, Argentina, calves, with a sudden collapse of ice. Researchers say that the activity that precedes these types of tipping points and the triggers that cause them may follow predictable patterns. Philip Stanley Dickson/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Monkeying With Music's Impact On Apes

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