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A Wild Ferret Rise 07/05/2010

A Wild Ferret Rise

Black-footed ferrets used to be in big trouble. The furry long-necked creatures look like a cross between a raccoon and a weasel, and they are North America's only native ferret species. By the late 1970s, however, scientists thought black-footed ferrets


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A Whale's Amazing Tooth 07/05/2010

A Whale's Amazing Tooth

The narwhal looks as if it belongs in a fairy tale. Or maybe a myth. This unusual whale has a long, straight tooth, or tusk, that resembles the horn of a unicorn. Most male and some female narwhals have such a tusk. It sticks out from the left side of the


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A Tongue and a Half 07/05/2010

A Tongue and a Half

If there were a prize for animal rudeness, a small South American bat would surely be in the running. The creature doesn't just stick out its tongue. It shoots it way, way out. In fact, its tongue is longer than its body.

At 1.5 times the animal's body l


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A Spider's Taste for Blood 07/05/2010

A Spider's Taste for Blood

An East African jumping spider has eight legs, plenty of eyes, the hunting prowess of a cat, and a taste for blood.

An extensive series of tests has shown for the first time that these spiders don't just eat the blood of vertebrates. They like it more th


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A Sense of Danger 07/05/2010

A Sense of Danger

Animals do amazing things. Birds migrate immense distances. Whales communicate across vast oceans. Honeybees remember familiar flowers. Crows can turn sticks into tools. Dogs sense when their owners are coming home. Elephants can imitate sounds. Mon


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A Seabird's Endless Summer 07/05/2010

A Seabird's Endless Summer

It's that time of year again. Many of the birds that have filled our backyards, parks, and forests with song are packing up and heading south for the winter.

For some songbirds, the trip may be as short as a jaunt from southern Wisconsin to Georgia. Othe


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A Microbe Nanny for Young Wasps 07/05/2010

A Microbe Nanny for Young Wasps

Most parents would never consider putting a baby in a crib full of bees. Some wasp moms, however, do just that. It may sound like child abuse to you. Strangely enough, for the wasps known as beewolves, the behavior actually helps their young survive.

But


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A Meal Plan for Birds 07/05/2010

A Meal Plan for Birds

If you want to make waffles for breakfast, you have to plan ahead. First, you need to stock up on ingredients at the grocery store. Then, you need to mix the batter and remember where you stashed the waffle iron.

Birds don't make waffles, but the results


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A Jellyfish's Blurry View 07/05/2010

A Jellyfish's Blurry View

When you see a jellyfish, you might think, "looks like a blob." But what would a jellyfish see if it could look at us? For certain types of jellyfish, the view would be decidedly fuzzy.

Researchers in Sweden have found that some of the eyes of a box jell


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A Butterfly's New Green Glow 07/05/2010

A Butterfly's New Green Glow

The colorful patterns on a butterfly's wings can be mysterious and beautiful. Add a jellyfish gene to a butterfly's genetic makeup, and the result might be even more awe-inspiring.

The jellyfish gene directs production of a chemical compound that glows g


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