The platform massively overstated how many minutes users watched each video.
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Humans discovered two new planets this week—one, remade by their efforts; the other, for light years away.
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The once-endangered species made the fastest recovery ever recorded for a mammal—but first, conservationists had to kill some pigs and relocate some eagles.