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Biologists cannot be sure, but they suspect the fish may be a living relict that has survived deep under the ground while its relatives above went extinct.


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Birds fly into power lines because they have "blind spots" in their field of vision, according to new research.
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Bats and dolphins bounce sound waves off their surroundings and by listening to the echoes can "see" the world around them. Some blind humans have also trained themselves to do this, allowing them to explore cities, cycle and play sports.


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A 93-year-old Florida grandmother has parked her car for good after driving 927,000 km over 48 years at the wheel of one trusty vehicle.


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