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By Ava Lennon There are only two Northern White Rhinos alive on earth. Despite the odds, scientists are trying to bring the species back from the dead. Najin and Fatu, both female, are the only two Northern White Rhinos on Earth. Driven to extinction by the over-poaching...

  [gallery columns="2" ids="231,230"]   By Valentina Ménager Usually, our brains turn into soap as we decompose. Rarely do they turn into glass. This is what happened when Mount Vesuvius erupted over the Italian cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum two thousand years ago, killing thousands of people and permanently...

By Uma Gambhir On a flat surface, the shortest way to get from point A to B is to walk in a straight line that connects the two points. But space is not flat, it is curved. To get from point A to B, you would...