Animals

  1. Animals

    From Chimps to People

    Although chimpanzees and people share many genes, there are key biological differences.

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  2. Animals

    Copybees

    Bees can learn about new food sources by spying on each other.

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  3. Tech

    Roboroach and company

    Cockroaches and lobsters inspire robots that navigate in darkness and track smells.

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  4. Animals

    Who’s knocking?

    Recordings of calls and drumming provide new evidence that the ivory-billed woodpecker survives.

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  5. Animals

    Walktopus

    Some octopuses can walk, using two of their eight arms to scoot backward.

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  6. Animals

    Sleepless at Sea

    Some marine moms and babies stay awake for weeks after the infants are born.

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  7. Animals

    Dolphin Sponge Moms

    Young dolphins learn tool use from their mothers.

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  8. Animals

    Clone wars

    Armies of sea anemones attack each other in raging wars.

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  9. Health & Medicine

    Nature’s medicines

    Projects by young scientists show how plants and animals in nature can be a source of new medicines.

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  10. Animals

    New mammals

    Wildlife biologists have discovered a new type of monkey and an unusual rodent.

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  11. Animals

    A Jellyfish’s Blurry View

    Some types of jellyfish have great eyes that can't focus.

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  12. Animals

    Glimpses of a Legendary Woodpecker

    Long feared extinct, the ivory-billed woodpecker has been spotted in Arkansas.

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