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Its fragrance mimics honeybee alarm pheromones
Wiping out bycatch before it wipes out more marine life
It's called shrilk, and no, it won't cause allergic reactions.
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A standing ovation
A nutritional health lobbying group finds that the actual nutrition facts for some restaurant meals are much worse than the restaurant reports.