Pale, Beady-Eyed Crab Named for Harry Potter loading...
Pale, Beady-Eyed Crab Named for Harry Potter
The name also honours Harry Conley, the collector who first found the crabs.
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China Will Shut Down Its Ivory Trade by the End of 2017
Advocates applaud the move by the world’s largest consumer of ivory, saying it could help save Africa’s remaining elephants.
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Tarantulas May Be 'Right-Handed'
Once thought uniquely human, a preference for the right or left side seems to also occur among wild animals.
Snow Day! 8 Surprisingly Snow-Loving Animals loading...
Snow Day! 8 Surprisingly Snow-Loving Animals
From making snowballs to refrigerating food, these animals know what to do with the white stuff.
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New Poisonous Frog Species Discovered in Peru
A peculiar croak heard within the Amazon rain forest leads to the naming of a new species of frog.
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Shark Surprises Aquarium With Rare ‘Virgin Birth’
For the first time, scientists have recorded a shark switching from sexual to asexual reproduction.
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Tiny Moth With Yellow ‘Hairdo’ Named After Trump
Meet Neopalpa donaldtrumpi, a new species of twirler moth.
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Why the World's Biggest Sharks Love Mafia Island
Scientists hope the whale sharks that live around the East African island will help them better understand how to preserve the species.
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