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Time for a brain-teaser! Say the color, not the word. Try reading it downwards rather than left to right.
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It's hard not to look at a naked mole-rat and not say 'wow, what an ______ animal' ... #strangeanimals #naked #nature #biology #studyforce

Is cracking knuckles bad for you?

According to traditional belief, the popping of joints, especially knuckles, can lead to arthritis and other joint problems. However, medical research has so far failed to conclusively demonstrate a connection between knuckle cracking and long-term joint problems.

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chameleon changing colors.
If you're a fan of lizards, you probably already know that there are some types of lizards — called chameleons — that can change their color. Have you ever wondered why — and how — they can do this?

Scientists believe that chameleons change color to reflect their moods. By doing so, they send social signals to other chameleons. For example, darker colors tend to mean a chameleon is angry. Lighter colors might be used to attract mates.
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