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Projects by young scientists show how plants and animals in nature can be a source of new medicines.
Wildlife biologists have discovered a new type of monkey and an unusual rodent.
Some types of jellyfish have great eyes that can't focus.
Long feared extinct, the ivory-billed woodpecker has been spotted in Arkansas.
Mutant fruit flies can get by with less sleep than these insects normally need.
A gas known as hydrogen sulfide can put mice into a state resembling hibernation.
A crane's jerky neck movements may allow the bird to see its food more clearly.
Baby fish may home in on reef noise to find a place to live.
Can animals warn us if an earthquake or some other natural disaster is about to strike?
A honeybee's tiny brain has an awesome working memory.
Two African elephants may be the first land mammals other than primates to learn vocal imitations.
Vampire bats on treadmills show a surprising, distinctive running style.