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Move over mammals, here comes the Opah, a warm-blooded fish

It seems we are going to have to rewrite our science books. We all know about mammals and birds being warm-blooded animals, but we will now have to add a fish. The deep-sea dwelling Opah, or Moonfish is actually a warm-blooded creature.

Ultimate Disc league takes flight this weekend

Terms such as “bookends” and “corkscrew” and “huck” are going to become more familiar in sporting vernacular after a new professional sports league debuts on April 14.

Inventor of the 'Frisbee' Walter Fredrick Morrison dead at 90

Salt Lake City - The man credited with inventing the Pluto Platter, later named the frisbee, Walter Fredrick Morrison, has died at the age of 90 in his Utah residence.

Frisbee Celebrates Its 50th Birthday

Frisbee formerly known as Pluto Platter turns 50 years Sunday. Frisbee got its name from the Frisbie Pie company, when students were playing with empty pie tins and called them Frisbie. Wham-O changed its name to Frisbee after acquiring Pluto Platter.

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