10 January 2021 (Wall Street International)*  — Paul Hoffman is the former editor of Discover magazine. He tells how in the April 1995 issue, the magazine announced a startling development in the world of science. Respected wildlife biologist Dr. Aprile Pazzo found a news species of mammal he named the Hotheaded Naked Ice Borer. It was a hairless mole-like creature that lived in tunnels under the Antarctic ice shelf. The top of its head was covered with bony plates fed by blood vessels that could turn the plates red-hot.

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