The large, colorful parasite has apparently been lurking there for years.
Nala Rogers, Staff Writer
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Study suggests tourists' photos can yield better, cheaper data than traditional methods for studying wildlife.
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Alternative sanitation systems are making use of creatures that find homes in human poop.
Female convict cichlid fish turned from optimists to pessimists when separated from their chosen partners.
If we were on track to curb climate change, methane levels would be dropping. Instead, they are spiking.
New study reveals how baby hoatzin birds are able to move like four-legged animals, thanks to unique claws on their wings.
Humans can learn a lot from the world's most extreme creatures.
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