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Hens don't actually "sit" on their eggs; they squat over them, supporting their weight on their feet and on the edges of their nest.

Hens don't actually "sit" on their eggs; they squat over them, supporting their weight on their feet and on the edges of their nest.

This Rocky IV Quiz Must Break You

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Last month marked the 25th anniversary of the time Rocky Balboa effectively won us the Cold War by defeating Ivan Drago in Moscow. How well do you remember Rocky IV? Let's find out.

5 Questions: QUESTIONS ON QUESTION MARKS

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Herman

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<em>Limelight</em>, a 1952 Charlie Chaplin film, won an Oscar for Best Dramatic Score 21 years later. Since the movie had never been shown in Los Angeles, it was still eligible to enter the competition as a "new" picture in 1973.

Limelight, a 1952 Charlie Chaplin film, won an Oscar for Best Dramatic Score 21 years later. Since the movie had never been shown in Los Angeles, it was still eligible to enter the competition as a "new" picture in 1973.

In 2010, a sex pheromone found in male mouse urine was named "darcin" for Jane Austen’s Mr. Darcy.

In 2010, a sex pheromone found in male mouse urine was named "darcin" for Jane Austen’s Mr. Darcy.

5 Questions: TAKE A CHANCE

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In 1912, Kazimierz (Casimir) Funk discovered the first vitamin, Niacin (or vitamin B<sub>3</sub>)

In 1912, Kazimierz (Casimir) Funk discovered the first vitamin, Niacin (or vitamin B3)

Almost Quotable

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You'll recognize the quotes in this quiz, but do you know the context? Let's find out how well you know the less-famous lines that surrounded memorable presidential phrases.

5 Questions: THE "MAN" SHOW

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Nintendo Power Quiz: Name the Games in the First Power Chart

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According to Ars Technica, Nintendo Power magazine is shutting down. From 1988 to 1992-ish, I eagerly anticipated every issue. It was probably the first regular mail I received. Even though I hadn't seen a copy in 20 years, I'm sad to see it go.

Plenty of "Lenny"

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