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Animal behavior

Little reptiles may use stripes to trick predators into attacking their tails.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

Scientists studied dingoes to understand the development of social bonds between humans and dogs.

Kimberly Hickok, Contributor

New research suggests the rabies virus uses a snake venomlike compound to manipulate infected animals.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

The wood tiger moth employs an arsenal of different weapons to defend itself.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

Fossilized duck-billed dino droppings from Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument are full of rotten wood and crustaceans.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

Macaws are undervalued seed dispersers in tropical landscapes, according to new research.

Olivia Trani, Contributor

New research suggests that gut microbes tell flies what to eat.

Olivia Trani, Contributor

Chemical signatures in penguin tail feathers reveal where the birds go in winter months.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

Read on to learn about strange seashore phenomena, from cannibalistic shark embryos to worms whose butts become autonomous sex machines.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

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