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How can you tell snail tracks from slug tracks? While your typical garden slug leaves a continuous trail of slime in its wake, snails leaves more of a dotted line, since they move forward in an up-and-down fashion, kind of like an inchworm.

How can you tell snail tracks from slug tracks? While your typical garden slug leaves a continuous trail of slime in its wake, snails leaves more of a dotted line, since they move forward in an up-and-down fashion, kind of like an inchworm.

5 Questions: Tenth Day of Christmas

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5 Questions: SCRABBLE®

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Morse Code was made for letters, not numbers. In fact, signaling the number "one" requires five dots and dashes.

Morse Code was made for letters, not numbers. In fact, signaling the number "one" requires five dots and dashes.

5 Questions: "Tub"thumping

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5 Questions: Second Chance

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Morning Cup of Links: Artists and Their Cats

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The 1906 San Francisco earthquake wasn't terribly devastating on its own. It was the massive three-day fire following the tremor that destroyed the city's downtown.

The 1906 San Francisco earthquake wasn't terribly devastating on its own. It was the massive three-day fire following the tremor that destroyed the city's downtown.

5 Questions: Stubborn As A...

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Brain Game: Jam On

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5 Questions: MAINE LINE

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When table tennis was originally created in 1889, it was called gossima.

When table tennis was originally created in 1889, it was called gossima.

5 Questions: Up in the Sky

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5 Questions: K9s WITH IQs

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A gun with a silencer attached sounds about as loud as a car door being slammed. It’s much quieter than the usual “bang!” but it’s not as subtle as the little “whoosh” heard in James Bond films.

A gun with a silencer attached sounds about as loud as a car door being slammed. It’s much quieter than the usual “bang!” but it’s not as subtle as the little “whoosh” heard in James Bond films.

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