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In this week's #EurekAlertTrending: an unearthed Mayan pendant; ethics of bringing back extinct species; helping children learn how to read; a new view of galaxies; and much more.
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Archaeology
Puzzle of the Maya pendant

University of California - San Diego

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Policy/Ethics
Resurrecting extinct species might come at a terrible cost

University of Queensland

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Social/Behavioral Science
Sleepovers with stuffed animals help children learn to read

Elsevier

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Chemistry/Physics/Materials Sciences

Existence of a new quasiparticle demonstrated
Institute of Science and Technology Austria

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Biology

Woolly mammoths experienced a genomic meltdown just before extinction
PLOS

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Space/Planetary Science

A new cosmic survey offers unprecedented view of galaxies
Princeton University

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Medicine/Health
Study finds colorectal cancer rates have risen dramatically in Gen X and millennials
American Cancer Society
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Social/Behavioral Science
Do you look like your name? People can match names to faces of strangers with surprising accuracy
American Psychological Association
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Biology
Frogs have unique ability to see color in the dark
Lund University
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Social/Behavioral Science
Study finds participants feel moral outrage toward those who decide to not have children
Indiana University
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