A taxidermied man, a real-life Wolverine, and a professional farter. Sorry, flatulist.
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Google's education wing has devised school lesson plans based on the movie.
Scientists seem to love this movie, which is 10 years old today. They refer to it all the time in scientific papers.
Goodbye, BB. Thanks for the education. (Don't worry—there are no final-season spoilers here!)
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By studying the way leaves shrink when they fossilize, a team of more than 100 high school students could build more accurate models of climate change.
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