This ancient frog could have preyed on dinosaurs - Technology & Science - CBC News

This ancient frog could have preyed on dinosaurs

This ancient frog could have preyed on dinosaurs - Technology & Science - CBC News

Why is it so hard to swat a fly? - BBC News

Why is it so hard to swat a fly?

Why is it so hard to swat a fly? - BBC News

The tardigrade, seen here in this rendered illustration, is likely to be the last complex living thing left on Earth, a new study says.

Forget cockroaches: Why microscopic 'water bears' will outlive us all

Researchers studied how tardigrades, or water bears, desiccate in extreme conditions. What they found could have incredible applications.

Eighty birds of prey take flight - on jet to Jeddah - BBC News

Birds of prey take flight - on Airbus

The unusual passengers were photographed flying on a jet to Jeddah.

Whale's eye view: New footage reveals hidden whale world - BBC News

A study that attached cameras with suction cups to the backs of Antarctic whales has revealed never before seen feeding habits and social interactions.

Is Komodo dragon blood the key to new antibiotics? - BBC News

Komodo dragon blood antibiotic hope

Scientists find a compound based on a molecule in dragon blood helps heal infected wounds in mice.

Why a tiny, fanged fish produces a pain-free bite - BBC News

The fanged fish with a pain-free bite

A Tiny Fish With Terrifying Fangs And Opioid Venom - The Atlantic

Animal behaviour: The ecological impact of spiders | The Economist

The ecological impact of spiders

Animal behaviour: The ecological impact of spiders

Hippos are killers. So are lions, jellyfish and tigers. We've even got you covered in case of otter attack.

How to survive deadly animal attacks - Page 20

Hippos are killers. So are lions, jellyfish and tigers. We& even got you covered in case of otter attack.

We wouldn’t have chocolate without flies, and seven other reasons to respect and protect these bugs that bug us, from entomologist Bryan Lessard.

We wouldn’t have chocolate without flies, and seven other reasons to respect and protect these bugs that bug us, from entomologist Bryan Lessard.

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