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  1. Electric Eels Hunt in Packs, Shocking Prey and Scientists

    The behavior, used by wolves and orcas to run down fast prey, is rarely seen in fish.

  2. Disappointing Chinese Vaccine Results Pose Setback for Developing World

    Brazil says CoronaVac has an efficacy rate just over 50 percent, much lower than previously announced. More than 380 million doses have already been ordered.

  3. How 8 Countries Have Tried to Keep Artists Afloat During Panemic

    Governments around the world have tried to support the arts during the pandemic, some more generously than others.

  4. Why Is a Woman’s Body Always in Question?

    “As a child, I thought that it was a bad thing to be born a woman, because that body clearly limited your liberties.”

  5. Carne

    Five women share the experience of being treated less like a person than like a body — like flesh.

  6. El coronavirus muta y el mundo otra vez no sabe cómo responder

    Siguiendo una pista sudafricana se han identificado mutaciones del virus en todo el planeta en un momento en que los casos aumentan rápidamente.

  7. As Coronavirus Mutates, the World Stumbles Again to Respond

    A South African tip led to the discovery of mutations around the world. With infections skyrocketing, “it’s a race against time.”

  8. Covid Vaccine Made by Chinese Company Sinovac Is Said to Be Effective

    Sinovac Biotech has sold more than 300 million doses to the developing world, filling a gap left by Western countries.

  9. How to Celebrate New Year's Eve 2020

    The year that seemed to drag on forever is finally coming to an end.

  10. En Brasil, famoso por su carne, surge una ola vegetariana

    El número de vegetarianos en Brasil se duplicó en un periodo de seis años, lo que ha originado una floreciente industria basada en vegetales. La nación, creen algunos empresarios, tiene el potencial de convertirse en un gran exportador de alimentos no cárnicos.