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#SciAmBlogs Thursday – Dog Spies, Girl Scouts, Pet Trade, Moral Paradox, Tiniest Microbe, Human-Teeth Fish, Mimic Octopus, and more.

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- Stephanie Swift – Making Pretty, Meaty, Friendly Animals


- Julie Hecht – Spying on Dogs: Intrigue, drama and science


- Jennifer Ouellette – Walking the Planck: Our Lopsided Universe


- Bonnie Swoger – On Girl Scouts, glaciers, and great women


- Becky Crew – The sheepshead fish has human teeth, but it’s okay because it won’t give you a psychedelic crisis


- Jennifer Frazer – What The World’s Tiniest Free-Living Microbe Is Doing In You


- Katherine Harmon – Mimic Octopus Makes Home on Great Barrier Reef


- John R. Platt – Illegal Pet Trade Wiping Out Yellow-Crested Cockatoos


- Dana Hunter – On The Necessity of Geology and Danger Zone! The New Madrid Seismic Zone


- DNLee – Tanzania Dreaming: Preparing for #DispatchesDNLee 2013


- Adam Waytz – A moral paradox


- Bora Zivkovic – Welcome Dog Spies – the newest blog at #SciAmBlogs


- Larry Greenemeier – Will Next-Generation Mars Rovers Have C-Shaped Legs?


- Christine Gorman – Why Total Reporting of Genetic Results Is a Bad Idea



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