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Magazine articles on other animals and pets.
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Science News
August 18, 2007
Science Safari: Worm Lovelies Polyclad flatworms are soft, juicy, and delicate coral-reef dwellers. Learn more about these pretties and view spectacular examples at Marine Flatworms of the World. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
August 2007
Jon Cohen
Zonkeys Are Pretty Much My Favorite Animal Napoleon Dynamite was on to something. Hybrid creatures like pizzlies, blynxes, and bonanzees are beautiful and cool, and they're forcing evolutionary scientists to rethink the web of life. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 12, 2007
John Bonner
Aphids Defend Colony with Cabbage Chemistry Ladybirds bite off more than they can chew if they try to feed on aphids armed with a chemical weapon based on mustard-oil, researchers report. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Real Travel Adventures
July 2007
Sarah Morgan
Everything Wiggly and Poisonous Costa Rica has some of the deadliest snakes on the planet. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
June 18, 2007
Donkey Kong Rhetta McAlister breeds mini donkeys on her Spicewood, Texas ranch. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
June 2007
Eric Jaffe
Tasmanian Tailspin Can a new plan to relocate the Tasmanian devil save the species? mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
June 2007
David Zax
Interview: May Berenbaum An interview with an expert on the colony collapse disorder talks about the role of cellphones, pesticides and alien abductions in the honeybee crisis. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 30, 2007
Michael Gross
Deadly Beetles Intercept Bee's Warnings The small hive beetle invades colonies of the European honeybee (Apis mellifera) but not of the African strain. Researchers in the US have now found that the bee's very own chemical alarm signal plays an important role in the beetle's success. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
May 2007
Wild Things: Life as We Know It Southeast Asian snakes have more teeth on the right side to help manage their prey of choice: snails... Spider monkey hugs keep the peace... Fossilized jaw of child shows prolonged life... Chickadee alarms... mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 26, 2007
John Bonner
Termites' Enzyme Anomaly Japanese researchers have discovered a previously unknown method used by termites to digest cellulose. The discovery offers a novel source of enzymes to assist in the production of biofuels, they suggest. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
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