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In 1933, a biologist created a "unicorn bull".
Smell After Rain
The distinctive smell in the air after it has been raining is caused by bacteria called 'actinomycetes'.
Scientists trained a group of fish to walk on land and, over a period of 8 months, their body shape adapted to the terrestrial lifestyle.
Scientists from Edinburgh University found a way to turn peanut butter into diamonds.
In 1999, Harvard physicist Lene Hau was able to slow down light to 17 meters per second and in 2001, was able to stop light completely.
German scientists claim to have evidence that suggests that our universe may exist inside of a computer simulated Matrix.
Scientists have developed a microparticle filled with oxygen that can be injected into the blood stream, enabling us to live without breathing.
Scientists in China have built a prototype high-speed maglev train that is theoretically capable of reaching speeds of up to 1,800 mph (2,900 km/h).