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Some of the planet's earliest known creatures had no trouble multiplying, even though their sex lives could be described in one word: non-existent.
The find is a skull fragment with an unusually large structure in the forebrain called the olfactory bulb, suggesting the dinosaur had a sharp sense of smell.
A government statement said a crackdown on illegal hunting since Cecil’s killing had led to the arrest of safari organizer Headman Sibanda.
Using census data from the dearly departed lion's former home, we take a look at some of the creatures living in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park.
The first ever manmade edible vaccines for beneficial insects are in the works, thanks to new findings about how queen bees vaccinate their progeny.
A ban on salamander imports is crucial to stopping the spread of a deadly fungus that kills almost every salamander it infects.
Florida plant detectives are on the trail of a slippery foe, an invasive African land snail that is wily and potentially infectious.
A pregnant bat in mid flight, starving storks at a garbage dump, and a beetle are among the subjects of newly announced award-winning photos.
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