Sharks can compensate if one of their senses is blocked during hunting.
A test tube version of a liver could one day eliminate drug testing on animals for human meds. Continue reading →
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A glass of water is all a fish detective needs to identify thousands of fish. Continue reading →
The hellbender, an enormous reptile that resembles a Loch Ness monster, has just been re-introduced to New York State. Continue reading →
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