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15 Animals That Can Live In Extreme Heat

Animals are amazing creatures who are able to thrive in a variety of different climates and environments, even in the most extreme heat. The species that can survive in extreme heat are adapted to cope with the heat, often living in areas with little shade, sparse vegetation, and an abundance of sun.
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How to choose sweet oranges – some useful tips

(ORDO NEWS) — Winter is traditionally the season for citrus fruits: lemons, tangerines, oranges. The more of them on the shelves, the higher the chances of buying sour fruits. And after one such purchase, you want to bring home oranges less and less. There are a few tips that...
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Julie Bishop responds as new videos spark deluge of comments: ‘Thick skin’

Julie Bishop has denied using a face filter in her new fitness video blog, with one fan telling her she must have “thick skin” to deal with some of the questions she gets asked. The former politician has started posting about her morning runs, with many fitness fanatics...
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Geneticists unravel the mystery of the appearance of the hairless monkey

(ORDO NEWS) — For a long time, scientists could not answer the question why people have much less body hair than their closest relatives. But now, by comparing the genomes of 62 species of mammals, geneticists have unraveled the mystery of the appearance of the first “hairless monkey”.
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Which Stocks Show Thick Skin As Bears Sink Fangs Into New Year?

The hoped-for Santa Claus rally failed to materialize in last year's bear market. Now it is the bulls, not the hungry bears, that remain in hibernation as the new year begins. Action in the IBD Breakout Stocks Index (updated weekly) highlights that point. Yet some stocks, such as Elf Beauty (ELF), Box (BOX), AstraZeneca (AZN), Caterpillar (CAT) and others, show they may have the thick hides it takes to survive the bear market's claws.