Drought killed off inedible plants in Kruger National Park, making room for other plants that animals like to eat.
Nala Rogers, Contributor
Blowflies serve as natural sampling instruments to learn what is pooping and dying in an area.
Nala Rogers, Staff Writer
Yes, a hospital superbug may be growing more tolerant to alcohol exposure -- but alcohol-based hand rubs still save millions of lives a year.
Spiders that eat other spiders may use sound to avoid cannibalism.
People infected with Toxoplasma gondii are more likely to be entrepreneurs, according to new research.
Mixtures of chemical pollutants may harm people and wildlife, even when each chemical is below its regulatory threshold.
Dogs avoid each other after aggressive encounters, whereas wolves rapidly reconcile.
Parasites may have profound impacts even before they infect hosts.
Elephants and other mammals that lost their scrotums offer a peek at the genitals of our common ancestor.
When assessing their enemies, chameleons may be better off looking at color rather than the size and shape of their opponents' bodies.
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