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Anatomy of an Article

Reading a scientific article can seem like a difficult task, but seeing how a scientific article can be broken down into parts helps to simplify your reading.

Venom!

Build your own protein channel from paper, play the Venom! invader game on the computer to test your skills battling scorpion venom, or browse our Protein Art section to see the many different ways scientists view protein.

Invisible Watery World

When you visit a pond or the beach, you might see fish, frogs, crabs, insects, seaweed, or lily pads. Don’t let your eyes fool you, though… there’s a hidden world in water full of creatures too small to be seen!

Lizard

If birds evolved from dinosaurs, would that make them reptiles too?
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