Komodo dragons outlived their giant reptile peers through isolation and some lucky breaks, although cannibalism and virgin births may have helped.
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The large, colorful parasite has apparently been lurking there for years.
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The fish have organs filled with glowing bacteria that they use to flash.
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A small change in poison frogs' DNA keeps them from being harmed by their own poison.
New Caledonian crows may find tool use fun, according to a new study.
Study suggests tourists' photos can yield better, cheaper data than traditional methods for studying wildlife.
It takes good listening skills, a clear water bottle, and maybe some gloves.
For the bluehead wrasse, going from female to male involves a dramatic genetic reprogramming in the sexual organs.
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A survey of 1,225 dog owners reveals what works and what doesn't to help dogs with firework fear.
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