What happens if you expose a Peep to a vacuum?

Texas A&M students put the 'Peep' to the test

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HOUSTON - It's the day after Easter and our Facebook feeds are filled with Easter egg hunts, family get-togethers, kids in their Sunday best, and of course... Peeps.

You've heard what happens when you put one in the microwave ever wonder what a peep looks like in a near-vaccuum?

Students at Texas A&M did and published this experiment online. They discovered the more air that is depleted, the bigger the Peep gets, but it breaks down once the air goes back in.

The end result? A teeny tiny Peep.


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