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Where Curious Sea Lions Aren't Afraid of Snorkelers
In this UNESCO World Heritage site, the sea lions come out to play.
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These 'Indestructible' Animals Would Survive a Planet-Wide Apocalypse
Even the most catastrophic astrophysical events couldn’t wipe out the hardy tardigrade, researchers report.
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Stench Leads to Home Crawling With Stolen Tortoises—10,000 of Them
A gruesome discovery by authorities in Madagascar highlights a grave threat to a highly endangered species of tortoise.
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Fruit Flies Likely Enjoy Sex, Offering Clues Into Drug Addiction
Deciphering the brain mechanisms involved in pleasure may help scientists learn how to help people addicted to heroin and cocaine.
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How Deep-Sea Fish Are So Exceptionally Black
In the darkness of the oceans' depth, fish have evolved a strategy to become nearly invisible to prey.
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Swarms Of Huge Sharks Discovered, Baffling Experts
Basking sharks sometimes congregate in groups of up to 1,400, a new study of aerial surveys reveals.
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Chimps Eat Baby Monkey Brains First—A Clue To Human Evolution
The apes have surprising strategies for how they eat meat, a new study says.
Meet Brian The Rescued Mini-Kangaroo loading...
Meet Brian The Rescued Mini-Kangaroo
He loves napping and cuddling corn cobs—and he's an ambassador for little-known marsupials of Australia.
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Bears Are Caring for Their Cubs Longer in Response to Hunting
Results from a new study could have implications for brown bear evolution.
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How A Tiny Guppy Mysteriously Travelled Hundreds Of Kilometres
One researcher found records requesting guppies for a U.S. Army base once stationed at the Brazilian island.
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For many species the possession of territory is the ultimate goal. With good territory comes plentiful food, access to shelter, attraction to mates and safety to raise offspring - all tremendous strategic advantages to survive the wild.

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