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When monitor lizards breathe, air flows into their lungs in a one-way loop -- a pattern known as one-way airflow.
Chameleons are like living mood rings: Color changes reveal their status, intentions and more.
You'd think koalas would sound as cute as they look. But, oh no ... the sound they make is nothing like what you'd expect. Trace explains why these adorable marsupials sound the way they do.
Snakes are pretty incredible animals, the poisonous ones even more so. Trace explains how snakes evolved to become venomous, and why they must keep evolving this tool to keep their deadly reputation.
As bed bugs strike dread and produce itchy welts in a growing number of people, scientists are racing to better understand what makes the insects tick.
Pilot whales stranded off the coast of the Florida Everglades have taken a turn for the worse, and a marine mammal expert suggests why. Continue reading →
Male elephant seals recognize the unique calls of their rivals, helping them know when to fight or flee, new research suggests.
The resilient critter had never been seen in the United States until an exterminator spotted some strange-looking roach carcasses last year on NYC's High Line.
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