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Masters of Disguise
Stunning pictures of some of North America's most impressive animal camouflage
One in Four Mammals May Soon Be Extinct
A five-year study on global wildlife finds that one fourth of the world's known mammals face extinction
Forests to Serve as Fire Sentinels
By harnessing the power of trees, scientists figure out a way to transform them into batteries capable of powering sensors
Newest Ant Species is Has Oldest Ancestors
A new blind, predatory, subterranean ant species with ancestral roots dating back to more than 120 million years ago spurs a debate on the evolution of ants.
Lean on Me (Or at Least a Monkey)
Researchers find that capuchin monkeys love to give
“When I Was a Calf . . . “
Researchers find that memories of older elephants play essential role in herd survival
Nobel Prize Winner Retracts Paper
Linda B. Buck, co-winner of the 2004 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, retracts a 2001 Nature paper, citing irreproducible results.