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    “Anatomy of Songs”, a comic by 'Wrong Hands'
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    A glance at this map compiled with statistics from Euromonitor tells us what we already knew: the U.S. and Russia love cats. Which of the United States are cat states and which are dog states? As a rule, Americans love both dogs and cats, and many households have both.
    "Here in the U.S., slightly more households own dogs than own cats. But Euromonitor’s numbers show that in terms of raw population, cats outnumber dogs to the tune of 2 million (the number is closer to 4 million, by the American Veterinary Medical Association's estimate). Why? One simple explanation is that cats are more compact. You can fit more cats in a house than you can, say, golden retrievers."
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    Elephants in Amboseli  by Nacho Coca
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    Tenure of each incarnation of the Doctor based on total duration of their episodes.
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    A series of 16 maps by redditor hotbrownDoubleDouble, showing history of the Song of Ice and Fire novel series. They take us from the dawn of known history in Westeros and Essos to the complete conquest of Westeros by House Targaryen. Each one contains a summary of historical events during that period. More maps after more.
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    The survey by FiveThirtyEight. They ran a poll through SurveyMonkey Audience, surveying 1,186 respondents from June 3 to 6.
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    The Necktie by Doghouse Diaries.
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    Fishfinger illustrates the various deaths on the show through the first four seasons. Jump more see images.
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    When you listen to music, multiple areas of your brain become engaged and active. But when you actually play an instrument, that activity becomes more like a full-body brain workout. What's going on? Anita Collins explains the fireworks that go off in musicians' brains when they play, and examines some of the long-term positive effects of this mental workout.
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