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a bat emitting sounds How Bats Stay on Target Despite the Clutter
Released July 28, 2011
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image of ants interacting Ants Give New Evidence for Interaction Networks
Released May 20, 2011
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a female wolf spider When Food Is Scarce, Hungry Female Spiders Alter Mating Preferences
Released April 1, 2011
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swordtail fish When Nature Calls
Released February 9, 2011
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image of a spider Spiders Adjust Courtship Signals for Maximum Effect
Released January 24, 2011
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bee in a tunnel Brain Gene Expression Changes When Honey Bees Go the Distance
Released August 17, 2010
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a female ring-tailed lemur Hormonal Birth Control Alters Scent Communication in Primates
Released July 28, 2010
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Jake Socha Gut Movements in Caterpillars Inspire Soft-body Robot Design
Released July 23, 2010
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crawling caterpillar Unique Means of Animal Locomotion Reported for First Time
Released July 22, 2010
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biology graphic Study Sheds Light on How Marine Animals Survive Stress
Released May 26, 2010
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Marlene Zuk Size Matters: Eavesdropping on Sexual Signals
Released May 12, 2010
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Junco Natural Selection For Moderate Testosterone Surprises Scientists
Released May 4, 2010
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Gene Robinson Paper Wasps and Honey Bees Share a Genetic Toolkit
Released April 27, 2010
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brown bat Brown University-led Team Discovers How Bats Avoid Collisions
Released March 29, 2010
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junco preen oil extraction Could Smell Play a Role in the Origin of New Bird Species?
Released March 23, 2010
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pipefish A Marine Mr. Mom: Male Pipefish Give Birth, But Some are Deadbeat Dads, Study Shows
Released March 17, 2010
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giant hawk moth Why Female Moths are Big and Beautiful
Released March 10, 2010
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Honey bees Biologist Discovers 'Stop' Signal in Honey Bee Communication
Released February 9, 2010
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a male fly lunging Caltech Scientists Discover Aggression-promoting Pheromone in Flies
Released December 6, 2009
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yellow rumped warbler Birds Call to Warn Friends and Enemies
Released December 3, 2009
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leaf beetles Inconspicuous Leaf Beetles Reveal Environment's Role in Formation of New Species
Released October 30, 2009
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bees Honey-bee Aggression Study Suggests Nurture Alters Nature
Released August 17, 2009
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elk Greater Yellowstone Elk-wolf Study Shows Elk Having Fewer Calves Due to Changes in Nutrition
Released July 15, 2009
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Photo of Walter Leal receiving a handful of Japanese beetles. Where Are You Now, My Love?
Released June 24, 2008
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