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Blowflies serve as natural sampling instruments to learn what is pooping and dying in an area.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

For seeds, it’s a race against time to create the chloroplasts they need to survive during the first 48 hours in the ground.

Jennifer Leman, Contributor

Spiders that eat other spiders may use sound to avoid cannibalism.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

Researchers have long pondered the humble egg. As some great puzzles are cracked open, new ones are laid.

Katherine Gammon, Contributor

Individuals will compromise on their own temperature preferences to gain the benefits of group life.

Brian Owens, Contributor

When assessing their enemies, chameleons may be better off looking at color rather than the size and shape of their opponents' bodies.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

Once thought to stay shallow, a new study finds the tusked mammals are among the deepest divers in the sea.

Annie Roth, Contributor

To conserve energy in winter, shrews shrink their brains and sacrifice cognitive ability.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

Unique microscopic structures make the feathers so black they look like a hole in space around the colored patches.

Catherine Meyers, Editor

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