如何做市场调查-Danger noodles- Scientists gleefully unscience their favorite animalsDanger noodles? Scientists gleefully unscience their favorite animals Sometimes it feels like scientists are speaking another language as they drop Latin names and weird words like uvula, eukaryote and spiny lumpsucker. But scientists tweeting around the #UnscienceAnAnimal hashtag are showing just how down to earth they can get.Everyone from aquarium employees to ecologists are sharing images of animals labeled with inaccurate but extremely funny names of body parts. Its a meme thats been around the internet for awhile, but its trending into a new lease on life.Dani Rabaiotti is studying the impact of climate change on African wild dogs. She also wrote the book Does It Fart? The Definitive Field Guide to Animal Flatulence. Her guide to wild dogs tells us they have a two-way food hole, un-boopable snoot and go-faster socks.Londons Natural History Museum would like everyone to know the blue whale comes equipped with pasta strainers, flippy flaps and a water woosher.Behavioral ecologist Blair Costelloe studies gazelles and decided to post a handy guide to the Thomsons gazelle, which runs on getaway sticks, eats with its nibbler and wears a speed stripe.The nest-stealing cuckoo gets its comeuppance in a scathing takedown from Twitter user Carilynne, who calls out the birds freeloading ways.Its not just living species that are getting the unscience treatment. Paleontologist Mark Witton offers up some deep thoughts on the azhdarchid pterosaur, a bizarre winged dinosaur dating to the late Cretaceous period. Summary: Theyre weird.The Smithsonians National Museum of Natural History points out the T. rexs death hole, which is equipped with murder bananas. And were still not sure whats going on with those arm-like things.Not all of these unscientific explorations are complicated. The Florida Aquarium has a very simple explanation of a sea anemones anatomy. It has danger noodles and a potty mouth.The #UnscienceAnAnimal hashtag is a joy to explore, whether or not youre someone who knows what an ichthyologist is. Just be sure to watch out for the danger digits if you happen to wander into bald eagle territory.Rebooting the Reef: CNET dives deep into how tech can help save Australias Great Barrier Reef.Taking It to Extremes: Mix insane situations -- erupting volcanoes, nuclear meltdowns, 30-foot waves -- with everyday tech. Heres what happens.