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African wild dogs cope with human development using skills they rely...

Scott Creel, Montana State University Large carnivores in Africa are important from ecological, economic and cultural perspectives, but human...

Bitter battles between stinkbugs and carnivorous mice could hold clues for...

Lauren Koenig, Michigan State University It’s hard to appreciate the value of pain when we feel it, but most living things would not survive without...

Will Colorado bring back wolves? It’s up to voters

Rebecca Niemiec, Colorado State University and Kevin Crooks, Colorado State University Colorado voters will decide on Nov. 3 whether the state should reintroduce gray wolves...

What can you learn from studying an animal’s scat?

Verity Mathis, University of Florida ...

Caught on camera: The fossa, Madagascar’s elusive top predator

Asia Murphy, Pennsylvania State University Mention wildlife on Madagascar and the first thing listeners probably picture is the island’s famed lemurs. As many people know,...

What philosophers have to say about eating meat

Joan McGregor, Arizona State University WeWork, a co-working and office space company, recently made a company policy not to serve or reimburse meals that include...

Friend or food? Why Venus flytraps don’t eat their pollinators

Clyde Sorenson, North Carolina State University; Elsa Youngsteadt, North Carolina State University, and Rebecca Irwin, North Carolina State University The Venus flytrap, Dionaea muscipula, lives...

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Reef fish smell like coral as they seek to evade predators

By Rohan Brooker, Georgia Institute of Technology The animal kingdom is full of incredible examples of camouflage, with animals resembling objects found in their environment...