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Florida fishermen recently hauled in a squid that's like no other ever found in the Atlantic Ocean.
How do frogs hear each other in a noisy pond? Just the way we would, as it turns out.
Scientists' discoveries about macaws may help these magnificent birds survive.
Some cowbirds seem to force other birds to raise their chicks.
Scrub jays do a bird version of planning ahead for their next meal.
Penguins may use their sense of smell to locate food in the ocean.
Researchers have created chickens that produce useful drugs in their eggs.
Apes known as gibbons can rearrange the notes of their songs to communicate with one another.
Studies of mouse lemurs may tell us something about our own origins.
A nectar-sipping bat from South America has a skinny tongue that's longer than its body.
The toothy mammals known as mole rats have highly unusual bodies, brains, and social lives.
Chickens can make meaningful sounds that, like words, refer to objects around them.