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04-12-2024
Africa’s flamingos at risk due to rising lake levels
The spectacular sights of large flocks of flamingos around East Africa’s lakes, immortalized in films like "Out of Africa" and David Attenborough’s "A Perfect Planet," might soon become a thing of the past, according to new research from King’s College London (KCL).  The study indicates that the lesser flamingo of East Africa is at risk of losing its historical feeding grounds due to rising water levels, which are diminishing their main food source, with potentially grave implications for the species. Flamingo feeding lakes in East Africa  The...
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03-27-2024
Caterpillars can stop their bleeding and seal wounds in seconds
Meet the tobacco hornworm, a green caterpillar you might not...
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03-27-2024
Some lizards have evolved to resist deadly snake venom
A new study led by Professor Bryan Fry at the...
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03-27-2024
Ant queen behavior changes based on their social environment
Your work environment shapes your job, and guess what? It's...
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03-27-2024
Triceratops dinosaurs seem to have developed complex social structures
Fans of Jurassic Park might remember the iconic scene where...
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03-26-2024
Wild bird uses wing gestures to politely say, 'after you'
A team of researchers led by the University of Tokyo...
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03-26-2024
Can three fish make a school? Study offers surprising insights
Did you know that fish have lessons to teach us...
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03-26-2024
Acoustic tagging helps decode whale communication
Whales are the oceans' own social butterflies. Their clicks, whistles,...
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03-26-2024
Bengal cats' wild appearance is surprisingly tied to domestic cats
A team of scientists led by Stanford University has traced...
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03-26-2024
Insects are disappearing from urban areas at a disturbingly rapid rate
The alarming rate at which insects are disappearing from our...
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03-26-2024
Deadly sea urchin parasite has emerged on opposite sides of the globe
In alarming news for the world's coral reefs, a microscopic...
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03-26-2024
How bees interpret their "waggle dance" language in the dark
Honeybees live in a world we can barely imagine. Inside...
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03-25-2024
Honey bee colonies are collapsing as climate change progresses
Honey bees are synonymous with sweetness and buzzing energy. They're...
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