Yet more new bloggy goodness: A Replicated Typo

I guess people like gigantic snakes.

More fun finds (that is, new to me) amid the entries I'm reviewing for the Research Blogging awards: A replicated typo looks at culture-gene studies, genetics, evolution of language, and, occasionally, really big snakes.

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