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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.

Mysterious Ocean Blob Found for the First Time in a Century loading...
Mysterious Ocean Blob Found for the First Time in a Century
Scientists have identified a weird mass found off California.
Europe’s Most Elusive Leopard Is Down To 1,300 Surviving In The Wild loading...
Europe’s Most Elusive Leopard Is Down To 1,300 Surviving In The Wild
With their habitats endangered and increasingly remote, Caucasian leopards are hard to track, and even harder to count.
Milking Spiders: Why Would You Want To Collect Toxic Venom? loading...
Milking Spiders: Why Would You Want To Collect Toxic Venom?
Spider milking might sound like an unpleasant activity, but the results are indispensable for molecular science.
Man Who Punched Kangaroo to Save His Dog Risked His Life loading...
Man Who Punched Kangaroo to Save His Dog Risked His Life
The heated encounter between man and kangaroo was caught on video.
Watch 4,000 Endangered Toads Fly Commercial for Release Into Wild loading...
Watch 4,000 Endangered Toads Fly Commercial for Release Into Wild
Delta passengers unwittingly flew with Puerto Rican crested toads, a species that was presumed extinct for decades.
Endangered Eastern Quoll Babies Seen For The First Time In Decades loading...
Endangered Eastern Quoll Babies Seen For The First Time In Decades
In a wildlife sanctuary near Canberra, eastern quoll pups have joined a thriving menagerie of protected species.
The Surprisingly Humanlike Ways Animals Feel Pain loading...
The Surprisingly Humanlike Ways Animals Feel Pain
A hurt rabbit pins back its ears and narrows its eyes—part of a "grimace scale" that tells us how animals feel discomfort.

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