change

Jaws hold crucial knowledge on the fate of sharks

Jaws was the only word needed to give the iconic 1970’s thriller about a great white with a preference for humans its eerie title. Though …

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dieting

Rare monkey adapts to fragmented habitat by dieting and reducing activity

A team of scientists with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and Oxford Brookes University found that a rare species of monkey in Bolivia has adapted …

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ecosystem

Voles cut grass to watch flying predators

A tiny rodent trims tall grasses so it can watch the skies for flying predators, new research shows. Brandt’s voles live in grassland in Inner …

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ecological

Microplastics in Arctic ecosystem discovered

Around the Svalbard archipelago in the Arctic Ocean, rhodoliths made up of coralline red algae provide ecological niches for a wide variety of organisms. A …

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habitat

Sticky toes unlock life in the trees

Many lizards are phenomenal climbers. Their sharp, curved claws are ideal for clinging to tree trunks, rocks and other rough surfaces. However, in the precarious …

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