Nile Crocs, ‘Brain Bugs’ & More: Five Things We Learned This Week

From Peter Thiel’s financing of the Hogan/Gawker lawsuit to the population boom of squid and octopuses, here are five things we learned in Tech & Science this week: Peter Thiel, the Silicon Valley investor who co-founded PayPal, talks to students during his visit to the 42 school campus in Paris, France on February 24, 2016. Jacky Naegelen/REUTERS Try Newsweek: Subscription offers Nile crocodiles, native to Africa, have been found in Florida. The extremely large crocodiles are much more aggressive than their American counterparts and are known to attack and eat humans. But researchers caution that there’s no need to panic; they believe the four Nile crocs found are likely the same four who escaped enclosures years back. They have no evidence that Nile crocodiles are breeding or being bred by…

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