Just hum really loudly at them.
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It's one funky fruit.
University of Vienna researchers analyze how and why a young elephant learned to imitate human speech.
Yes, you read that correctly.
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Scientists explain what causes hair to grow everywhere but the head as we age.
Vodka and ice will have the same temperature if stored in the same freezer. But unlike water, vodka will not freeze.
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The company's founder eventually relents
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