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ANIMALS VS. ZOMBIES: WHO WOULD WIN?

ANIMALS VS. ZOMBIES: WHO WOULD WIN?

National Wildlife Federation naturalist David Mizejewski recently published an article (on BoingBoing) in which he examines a little discussed  zombie apocalypse topic.  Exactly  how would ...

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RESEARCH SUGGESTS ZOMBIES DON’T MOAN

RESEARCH SUGGESTS ZOMBIES DON’T MOAN

Research conducted the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, suggests that zombies may not moan, and it all boils down to the meaning behind a dog’s bark. ...

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WHAT ZOMBIES DON’T EAT

WHAT ZOMBIES DON’T EAT

Despite popular belief, the undead probably don’t prefer your brain to any other part of your living body. In fact, the concept of a zombie ...

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SHREWS MAY EXPLAIN ZOMBIE HUNTING

SHREWS MAY EXPLAIN ZOMBIE HUNTING

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MATT MOGK INTERVIEW ON PJTV

MATT MOGK INTERVIEW ON PJTV

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DO ZOMBIES EAT DEAD PEOPLE?

DO ZOMBIES EAT DEAD PEOPLE?

Do zombies eat dead people? On the surface the answer seems clear. Zombies are generally considered to be after one thing, and one thing only: ...

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ZOMBIES: THE TRUSTWORTHY MONSTER

ZOMBIES: THE TRUSTWORTHY MONSTER

LiveScience recently looked at the differences between compulsive liars and people who just can’t help but tell the truth. Turns out that lying is a ...

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DO ZOMBIES HUNT BY TOUCH?

DO ZOMBIES HUNT BY TOUCH?

A central area of study at the Zombie Research Society is the undead’s ability to differentiate its living prey from others of its own kind. ...

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SUPER SENSE IN HUMANS & ZOMBIES

As a Neuroscientist at the University of California, Berkeley and member of the Zombie Research Society board, Bradley Voytek, PhD knows what he’s talking about ...

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ZOMBIES HUNT HUMANS LIKE SHARKS

We’ve already discussed the possibility that zombies recognize humans by using their sense of touch.  Looking at the seemingly random pattern that many predators use ...

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