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Fossil Male Insect Wooed Mates with Sexy Legs loading...
Fossil Male Insect Wooed Mates with Sexy Legs
A 100-million-year-old piece of amber preserved the large colourful legs of male damselflies that were likely used to attract mates.
These Iconic Animals Could Again Be Hunted in Alaska's Refuges loading...
These Iconic Animals Could Again Be Hunted in Alaska's Refuges
Congress has voted to overturn an Obama-era rule prohibiting the hunting of bears, wolves, and other predators in Alaska's wildlife refuges.
Exclusive: Rare Black Wildcat Caught on Film in Africa loading...
Exclusive: Rare Black Wildcat Caught on Film in Africa
Servals are normally tan with black spots, but an unusually dark animal in Kenya surprised photographer Sergio Pitamitz.
Can the Amazon of Southeast Asia Be Saved? loading...
Can the Amazon of Southeast Asia Be Saved?
The Mekong River Basin supports millions of people and some of the world’s richest biodiversity, but it must overcome many threats.
These Parrots Can Make Other Parrots 'Laugh'—a First loading...
These Parrots Can Make Other Parrots 'Laugh'—a First
The kea of New Zealand is the first non-mammal species to demonstrate infectious laughter, a new study says.

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