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These bears mimic each other's faces as well as people do loading...
These bears mimic each other's faces as well as people do
The world's smallest bears have a social skill set previously thought limited to apes and dogs, and there may be more species like them.
Bavarians vote to save bugs and birds—and change farming loading...
Bavarians vote to save bugs and birds—and change farming
In the face of plummeting insect and bird populations, citizens in the south German state are trying to make farmers preserve habitat.
To fight foes, wasp eggs spew deadly gas loading...
To fight foes, wasp eggs spew deadly gas
To survive moist, underground conditions, beewolf eggs authoritatively defend their turf, all without moving an inch.
This bird’s drumming on his body lures the ladies loading...
This bird’s drumming on his body lures the ladies
The male frigatebird has a mighty wingspan and awesome stamina—but he really impresses mates by inflating a body part and playing drum solos on it.

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