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From blue-balled monkeys to a meat-eating sponge, these new creatures show that Mother Nature hasn't forgotten how to amaze us.
The Magazine Mountain shagreen snail won the race to become the first invertebrate in United States history to escape the Endangered Species List. Continue reading →
Homes with dogs have more bacteria than those without -- but that's not necessarily bad news. Continue reading →
Burials suggest that some hunter-gatherers saw some of their dogs as being nearly the same as themselves.
The birds evolved into diving hunters and the need for flight lessened.
Ants use antennae to slow their tumbles, could robots do the same?
The newly discovered species features the body structure of a 505 million-year-old sea creature with scissor-like claws. Continue reading →
Robin-sized marbled murrelet needs help protecting its young from the marauding Steller's jay.
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