A sequel called Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian was written but never produced.
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The bones might help scientists reconstruct the bigger picture of how the first humans migrated through South America.
A small study found unique fungal-bacterial relationships in the guts of people with Crohn’s.
A Korean video game turns tough working conditions into a horrifyingly difficult pixelated challenge.
Some of these stones are so incredibly rare their value outstrips many of the world's most valuable precious gems.
Using a basic savings account can end up being a costly mistake.
The last case of endemic measles was in 2002.
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The second-largest living fish is a gentle giant with some peculiar habits and a knack for instigating cryptozoological debates.
It's not a party until you break out a miniature panda speaker.
Like rotary dials, landlines, and flip phones, the once-beloved brand of smartphone has become a technological relic.
Implanted in lambs, the artificial blood vessels fared incredibly well—and they didn't trigger an immune response.
The presence and contents of a fossilized nest suggest that Australopithecus africanus lived in a dry, savannah-like environment.
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