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Is It Possible to Smell Weakness? Lemurs Can.
An injured ring-tailed lemur’s personal scent plummets, and others can use that as a signal to swoop in on mates or territory.
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Baby Asian Elephants Are Being Crippled by Snares
Camera traps reveal that wire snares set to capture animals for bush meat are wounding baby elephants in Cambodia.
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Two Yellow Bat Species Found Hidden in Plain Sight
Scientists who took a closer look at common bats that live around people in Kenya have made a surprising discovery.
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Green Lights Could Save Birds and Turtles From Fishing Nets
Both animals were less likely to get ensnared by fishing nets that shined green light, a new study found.
Antarctic Penguins Find an Unlikely Ally: Fishermen loading...
Antarctic Penguins Find an Unlikely Ally: Fishermen
A new agreement by the krill-fishing industry seeks to preserve a vital food supply for the beleaguered birds.
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The Science Behind 'Psychic' Animals That Predict the World Cup
Achilles the Cat has correctly predicted some of the 2018 matches, but experts say the animal can’t predict the future.
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