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Dinosaur cannibalism was real, and Colorado paleontologists have the bones to prove it
Some Allosaurus living in ancient Colorado weren’t picky eaters.
The Milky Way has a long history of cosmic cannibalism
Our galaxy has stolen many a star.
The weirdest things we learned this week: wild weather, Victorian cannibalism, and the female orgasm (as told by a 12th-century nun)
Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
Plants have a trick that drives very hungry caterpillars to cannibalism
Chemical defenses make friends look tastier than fronds.
Human flesh isn’t very nutritious
Prehistoric cannibals likely had other motivations
These Ancient Sharks Turned To Cannibalizing Their Young
At least that’s what their fossilized poop tells us
More Evidence That Neanderthals May Have Had Some Cannibalistic Tendencies
Belgian cave holds remains of cut leg bones
Ask Anything: Would Cannibalism Make You Fat?
Short answer: It all comes down to portion control.
What Cannibals Could Teach Us About Evolution
Three recent studies provide a glimpse into nature's most gruesome diet--and what it reveals about evolution.
FYI: Could Drugs Like “Bath Salts” Be Causing An Outbreak of Cannibalism?
Does the drug commonly known as “bath salts” make you particularly crave the taste of human flesh? There’s no scientific … Continued