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Why do we cry? [Biology]
posted March 6 2014 19:17.51 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Did you know that there are different tears? Did you know that whether you cry or not, you shed about 280 grams of tears every day just to keep your eyes safe? Tears and crying is a quite fascinating mechanism that scientists have not 100% decode yet...



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