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In The Animal Kingdom, Blood Comes in a Rainbow of Colours
Blood isn't always red, evolution has given rise to a variety of hues.
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Aussie Sharks Gone Walkabout
How Australian great whites ended up in the Mediterranean.
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See What's Controlling These Zombie Ants
New research shows a deadly fungus is carving its way into the insects' bodies.
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Frigid Echidna Sex – Competition Drives Males To Mate With Hibernating Females
Not only does the echidna have large testicles for its size, but it also brandishes a bendy, four-headed phallus that only uses two heads at a time.
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Great Galloping Crocodiles!
This article was published in 2015 on National Geographic's blog Phenomena by Brian Switek.
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The Aussie Bees That Mummify Beetles Alive
How is it that stingless bees, that only share a brief evolutionary history with hive beetles, have such an effective defence?
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Who calls the shots in the mating game and is attraction merely physical? Whether it’s a mating call that titillates, a flash of colour, or a fancy dance, Nat Geo Wild explores the factors that influence the power of animal attraction.

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