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Biologists discovered two new species of shrew rat, no thanks to peanut butter
These two shrew-rats from the Philippines slurp earthworms and hop like tiny kangaroos.
How studying chicken butts cracked the inner workings of our immune system
A Golden Goose award just recognized how poultry enhanced our understanding of B and T cells.
Reports of Homo erectus’ laziness are ‘moronic’
What bad headlines call lazy is what early humans called survival.
Why it would have been impossible for a T. rex to stick out its tongue
Everything we thought we knew about dinosaur tongues is wrong.
These snakes slurp snails, and that’s great for farmers
Not all snakes are scary.
We may have a new cousin in this orangutan species—but it’s in big trouble
A rare addition to the great ape family.
Someone paid $15,000 for a chunk of mold and honestly what a steal
It probably saved your life
A Mysterious Fifth Force Could Be At Work In The Cosmos
Revolutionary, if true
Celebrating The Third Anniversary Of The Cutest Discovery Ever
The olinguito was the first newly discovered mammal in three decades
Coral Reef Larger Than Delaware Found At The Foot Of The Amazon
The reef was hidden in murky, shallow water