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Animals adapt in unusual ways to survive in some of the hottest, driest places on Earth.
A crocodile's special heart may help it digest large, bony meals.
Mating season turns distracted male prairie dogs into easy pickings for predators.
Food plays an important part in the migration of seabirds and songbirds.
A killer fly stalks noise-making crickets in Hawaii.
Food supply may help decide an animal's natural size on an island or in the ocean.
Some male cockroaches whistle at females to get their attention.
Learning more about African painted dogs may help keep these wild animals from dying out.
Some ants appear to estimate distances by keeping track of the number of steps they take.
Meerkats teach their young how to catch and kill prey such as scorpions and spiders.
Coral reef fish eavesdrop on their cleaners to see who does a better job.
Researchers have rediscovered and studied a millipede with as many as 750 legs.