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Horrific images show deadly things lurking in 'raw water' 

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A new comparative study identified some ant species that make use of powerful antimicrobial agents — but found that 40 percent of ant species tested didn't appear to produce antibiotics.

Source: Science Daily

The firm would then share ad revenue with creators.

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The contraption penetrates materials with pressurized water and granite.

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The largest emissions savings would be in oil and gas exporting countries, where fewer poor people would be affected, and subsidy removal can be aided by currently low oil prices.

Source: Science Daily

To deal with the bacteria that cause some of these diseases, some ants produce their own antibiotics.

Source: Science Daily

The makeover aims to separate 'social' and 'media', creating a clear distinction between friends, publishers and creators.

Source: Daily Mail

The latest nutrition trend for 'raw water' encourages people to consume untreated water and everything in it – including bacteria and parasites than can infect the stomach and even kill you.

Source: Daily Mail

The PyroLance is a 'water gun' that can penetrate challenging materials to fight a fire that is enclosed in a tight space.

Source: Daily Mail

These images are in fact exactly the same, pixel for pixel, yet the right hand street appears to run at a steeper angle.

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The patent shows Facebook has developed a system to track users' socioeconomic status.

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