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  • Can dogs sense storms?

    Can dogs sense storms?

    Dogs may be humankind's best friend, but they're not always that reliable. Sure, they can detect hidden objects at the bottom of a lake, but they also tend to mistake their tails for prey. So can we really trust them to predict the weather?

  • How the Coelacanth Works

    How the Coelacanth Works

    The coelacanth is a real-life case of the living dead (well, kind of). The massive prehistoric fish was close to being left for extinct — until one was found in 1938. What makes this ancient creature so significant?

  • 10 Innovations in Marine Biology

    10 Innovations in Marine Biology

    Marine biologists have discovered a lot about the ocean's residents while you were busy dozing on the beach. We've dug up 10 of their coolest discoveries.

  • How Snake Handlers Work

    How Snake Handlers Work

    When you handle deadly snakes for a living, caution is job one. When you handle snakes for God, it is not. Let's meet some folks in both worlds.

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  • How the Coelacanth Works
  • 10 Innovations in Marine Biology
  • How Snake Handlers Work
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Centrosaurus, which means "sharp-point reptile," was named by Lawrence Lambe in 1902 from specimens found along the Red Deer River in Alberta. A number of complete skulls and skeletons have since been discovered. Learn more about the Centrosaurus.

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