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A tree frog's specially designed feet allow it climb wet or dry slopes.
Researchers have rediscovered and studied a millipede with as many as 750 legs.
Decoding firefly flashes unveils mating signals and other secrets of insect life.
Lobsters detect and shun potential roommates that are infected with a virus.
Some birds can get sneaky when spies lurk.
By studying population patterns, scientists hope to figure out why moose in some areas are in trouble.
A rare, recently discovered monkey differs from other known types of monkeys.
Some undersea worms prefer water at temperatures near the upper limit of what animals are known to survive.
Bats use high-pitched sounds to zero in on prey, converting what they hear into how they fly.
The U.S. bald eagle population is on the rise.
Some frogs that live in noisy streams communicate by using ultrasonic calls.
Not all early mammals that lived in the age of dinosaurs were shy and retiring.