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Ancient Turtle Was as Big as Small Car
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A turtle the size of a small car once roamed what is now South America 60 million years ago, suggests its fossilized remains.

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Fiery Folklore: 5 Dazzling Sun Myths
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On Sunday (May 20), a solar eclipse will blot out the sun for viewers across much of Asia, the Pacific and western North America. These days, eclipses aren't a big mystery — they occur when the moon passes between Earth and the sun. But throughout history, the sun's significance, along with its mysteriousness, have yielded an array of solar myths.
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Meat's Macho Image Keeps Guys from Downing Veggies
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A bloody steak or char-grilled burger may be just what evolution ordered to bulk up a man's muscles in preparation for a big-game hunt. But even today, when meat is more likely to come cut and packaged than bloodied on the forest floor, both men and women tend to view the protein as masculine and macho, finds a new study.
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