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Skin mites that mate on our faces at night are slowly merging with humans

If you’re reading this, you’re probably not alone. Most people on Earth are habitats for dust mites, which spend the majority of their brief lives buried, headfirst, in our hair follicles, mostly on the face. In fact, humans are the only habitat for Follicular demodex. They are born on us, they feed on us, they …

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Scientists Have Found Supervers Who Love To Eat Styrofoam, And That Could Be A Good Thing

Packaging material, disposable cutlery, CD cases: polystyrene is one of the most common forms of plastic, but recycling it is not easy and the vast majority ends up in landfills or ends up in the oceans where it threatens marine life. Scientists from the Australian University of Queensland have just discovered that super worms, the …

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Scientists Have Found Supervers Who Love To Eat Styrofoam, And That Could Be A Good Thing

Packaging material, disposable cutlery, CD cases: polystyrene is one of the most common forms of plastic, but recycling it is not easy and the vast majority ends up in landfills or ends up in the oceans where it threatens marine life. Scientists from the Australian University of Queensland have just discovered that super worms, the …

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