Get up close and personal with bees, flies and more, in these insect portraits.
Resourceful ants know what to do during a flood: They build a raft and stick the queen right in the middle of it. Continue reading →
For some spider suitors, the arachnid equivalent of a box of chocolates is an insect wrapped in silk.
Travelers to Russia and Japan could bring back home surprise stowaways: cannibalistic insects. Continue reading →
Alpine bumblebees have the ability to fly at elevations greater than Mt. Everest, scientists have found.
Honeybees have little clawed legs that can tell the difference between sweet, bitter and salty tastes.
Leaf-cutter bees use shreds of plastic bags or dollops of polyurethane sealant to construct some of their nests. Continue reading →
Is an animal more likely to fight or make love? A new study identifies the fighters, the lovers and those who are in between.
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