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Dog-sized scorpions, dinosaur shrimp, and exoplanet collisions lead the week in science – TechRadar

Prehistoric fauna and pursuing absolute zero made our week

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From megafauna and massive anthropods to an exoplanet that got hit so hard it had the wind literally knocked out of it, science news has definitely been lively this week.
On the biology front, a newly discovered fossil of a meter-long scorpion was the first…

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