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Great whites don’t hunt humans—they just have blind spots
From a shark’s-eye view, people really do look like seal snacks.
Baby talk isn’t just cute—it’s critical for kids’ vocabularies
You know how your voice automatically jumps an octave when you're around a baby? There's a reason for that.
When is a tooth a tusk? It’s surprisingly complex.
Tusks likely evolved many times among early mammals.
How to speak city pigeon
Are they talking about us? Rosemary Mosco has the answers.
These fuzzy lemurs have a human-like ability to sing on beat
Lemurs can, lemurs can keep a beat.
9 creatures that have made spookiness their brand
Some of them deserve their own horror movies.
Ivory poaching has triggered a surge in elephants born without tusks
Female elephants adapted to poachers by losing their tusks.
Dinosaurs who stuck together, survived together
The long-necked Mussaurus was a social beast.
Entombed in amber, this tiny crab hails from the age of dinosaurs
The tiny fossil offers valuable evidence about how early crabs left the ocean.
In constant darkness, Arctic krill migrate by twilight and the Northern Lights
Polar krill have eyes that are ultra-sensitive to daily light cycles.