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It’s a finding fit for Valentine’s Day: Coquerel’s sifakas that have mated and produced offspring alter their natural scents to smell alike, a new study says.
A look from a Eurasian bird called the jackdaw can keep competitors away, a new study says.
Tiny, flexible hairs at the end of spiders’ legs are the secret to their sticky success, a new study says.
Pooping can be a deadly activity for three-toed sloths. But there are benefits, aside from the obvious. New research shows that going to the bathroom actually results in more food for these tree-dwelling animals.
In a Spider-Man-like move, a possibly new species of spider uses its web as a slingshot to ensnare prey.
Carousel spider, American dream spider, Druid spider—see the creative names suggested for the new Amazonian arachnid that makes “picket fences.”
The animal that built strange web-like structures in the Amazon has finally been identified, scientists say.
The foul-breathed tobacco hornworm may not get many dates, but its foul odor keeps predators at bay, a new study says.
Why do bears, moose, deer and other wildlife venture into our backyards and take a dip?
The savannah monitor lizard breathes like a bird, prompting scientists to wonder if dinosaurs also breathed this way, a new study says.
The Pacific leaping blenny went from swimmer to landlubber by evolving camouflage to blend into surrounding rocks, a new study says.
Hiding in plain sight, researchers have discovered that a wild cat called the tigrina is actually two separate species.
A mix of dead animals and their feces that float down to the seafloor help keep deep-sea organisms alive, a new study says.