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Some spiders are such ant wanna-be's that they resemble, act like, and hang out with ants, even forming mini colonies to foil ant-hating predators.
A species of butterfly uses its decorative flair for protection and also varies its color and intensity by season as predator types change.
Sex and the science of sounds help to explain how a songbird can imitate a laser gun with astonishing precision. Continue reading â†’
The mammoth found in the Siberian permafrost contains the only mostly intact mammoth brain known to science and has been described in a new study.
New laser scans of the flightless bird have exposed portions of its anatomy unknown to science, revealing secrets about how the bird once lived.
A frozen bison mummy dating to the end of the Ice Age literally freezes in time what an animal from this period looked like. Continue reading â†’
Human genitalia are surprisingly similar to those of reptiles, in that they are derived from the same genetic program and induced by the same ancestral set of molecular signals.
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