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"Is That Dog Vomit on the Hiking Trail? No, It’s Slime Mold"

Slime mold comes in many forms. But this one is the most...memorable.

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Slime mold can move at four centimeters per hour. It can look for nutrients. Its cells can merge into one huge multi-nucleated cell. And, obv, it makes for eye-catching headlines. Learn more from Kim Brown’s column here.