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The Solar System Gets Bigger, Neptune's Moon's Mini-Moon, Weird Twins, A Tiny T-Rex and More!

In a mini-episode about the news Dave talks about the newest farthest object in the solar system, a chip off Neptune's moon Proteus, some bad climate news and a new carbon-capture device that might save us, a tiny predecessor of the t-rex, a rare case of semi-identical twins, and some more bad news for DNA evidence. Follow @daveciaccio and @scienceafpod, email dave@scienceafpod.com and visit scienceafpod.com. Subscribe, rate, rinse, repeat!

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