In a pinch, oyster shells function as speakers for an industrious, communicative fish.
Sparks are said to fly when people are in love, and now science proves this literally happens when an egg and sperm hit it off.
The lack of teeth in all living birds can be traced back to a common ancestor who lost its choppers about 116 million years ago.
The earliest known horned dinosaur from North America was not exactly kissable, given its spiky cheekbones and sharp beak. Continue reading →
It's not just celebrities who know how to show off their assets.
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 →
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