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World’s Fastest Ants Found Racing Across The Sahara loading...
World’s Fastest Ants Found Racing Across The Sahara
The silver ants can run their body length in less than a hundredth of a second—the equivalent of a human running 643 kilometres an hour.
Researchers Solve 200-Year-Old Mystery On 180 Million Year-Old Bird loading...
Researchers Solve 200-Year-Old Mystery On 180 Million Year-Old Bird
They’ve been called the modern-day velociraptor but unlike the dinosaurs from Jurassic Park, Queensland’s southern cassowaries are usually pretty disinterested in humans.
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New Tech Highlights Croc Summer Hotspots
For readers of Darwin’s NT News, a story about crocodiles is a daily event but in the southern states, croc stories are few and far between. Even less common is something being done in those states which actually has something to do with crocodiles.
The World’s Biggest Conference On Wildlife Trade Is Happening. Get The Details. loading...
The World’s Biggest Conference On Wildlife Trade Is Happening. Get The Details.
Delegations from all over the world are gathering in Switzerland to discuss protections for more than 500 species.
The King Of Birds Dresses The Part When Pursuing A Mate loading...
The King Of Birds Dresses The Part When Pursuing A Mate
Though rarely seen in the wild, the western tragopan’s flashy features and elaborate dance moves catch the eyes of potential mates.

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