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It looks like a huge grey bogey or something you’d step in by mistake – but your incredible brain holds all your knowledge, dreams and feelings. Find out how it works (and what it smells like) here! Another sure-fire winner from the Horrible Science series, guaranteed to make kids squeal – and think!
May 1st, 2014
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