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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.
Tiny Moth With Yellow ‘Hairdo’ Named After Trump loading...
Tiny Moth With Yellow ‘Hairdo’ Named After Trump
Meet Neopalpa donaldtrumpi, a new species of twirler moth.
Why the World's Biggest Sharks Love Mafia Island loading...
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.
Massive Alligator Caught on Video Is Not a Hoax loading...
Massive Alligator Caught on Video Is Not a Hoax
This gator, the size of a small car, may be evidence that the population is making a comeback.
Divers Remove a Fist-Sized Hook From a Shark's Mouth–By Hand loading...
Divers Remove a Fist-Sized Hook From a Shark's Mouth–By Hand
Dramatic photos show a diver gently pulling a large hook out of a shark's mouth, but scientists say the act may not have been necessary.
7 Amazing Animal Organs People Don't Have loading...
7 Amazing Animal Organs People Don't Have
Under-eye "flashlights," venom glands, claspers. Nature abounds with body parts that aren't found in humans.
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Watch Zoo Animals Enjoy A Massive Snowfall in Portland
The animals in Oregon Zoo have been loving one of the largest snowstorms in Portland's history.
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They might not have military weapons, but these animals have evolved their own versions of poison-tipped harpoons, chemical missiles and high-powered bullets to help them compete for food, territory and mating rights.

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