Richard Farrell has produced and written articles for Discovery Web sites since 2010. He has edited technology trade magazines and programmed and directed multiple publication Web sites. He lives in Northern Virginia and is an expat Red Sox fan.
Green anole handles arrival of an invasive competitor by making better toes in a mere 20 generations.
Veteran photojournalist captures the fierce hunters in a quiet moment that harkens back to a bygone era for the big cats.
These spiders have super leg-spans and cunning attitudes to match their size.
Using DNA in guano, researchers create a non-invasive method to aid in preservation of endangered species.
For the first time, scientists have used an unmanned aerial vehicle to photograph killer whales from above.
Cuter than you might imagine, but just as slow as you think, these critters know how to pace themselves.
GPS plotting of the giant creature's migration patterns reveals a sense they have for knowing where the water is.
Observations from researchers and citizen-scientists alike paint a picture of collaborative hunting employed by the ferocious creatures.
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