Luna moths have just a week to live, their only goal to find a mate and make more luna moths. Their only problem? How to dodge bats that want to eat them. It turns out that's what their super-long tails are for -- pulling a "made you miss!" on bats.
The ocean sunfish basks in surface light to regulate its body temperature and prepare for chilly dives.
Atypical among small rodents, the creature's coloring and defensive bark give predators something to think about.
A research team confirms the presence of key algal genes on the chromosome of the emerald sea slug.
There's a new kind of eye in town, and it belongs to Paraphronima gracilis, a tiny, transparent, aquatic crustacean that sees kind of like a bee but whose eye structure, researchers say, is one of a kind.
A species of butterfly uses its decorative flair for protection and also varies its color and intensity by season as predator types change.
Hummingbird beaks aren't just for nectar sipping. They can double as weapons in the mating game.
Green anole handles arrival of an invasive competitor by making better toes in a mere 20 generations.
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