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Neat! Stick Insect Eggs Can Survive Being Eaten by Birds
June 5, 2018
— An extra-hard shell gives each egg a better chance of making it through a bulbul's gut—and hatching on the other side.
9 Images That Show How Fast The Arctic Is Changing
December 31, 2015
— Take a look—life at the top of the planet will never be the same.
Are Gulls Jerks?
November 19, 2015
— They steal food from other birds (and British teenagers), and eat baby seals alive. Still, some signs point to “no.”
Why a Hawk Is a Hummingbird’s Best Friend
September 8, 2015
— The raptors help keep predators away from the tiny birds, new research shows.
Why Do Tropical Birds Have Fewer Chicks?
August 28, 2015
— A new study supports the theory that life after the nest is just as important as life within it.
Rachel and Steve Left Chick-less After Eagle Raids Nest
June 29, 2015
— In almost the blink of an eye, the predator snatched up both Osprey chicks (video).
Crowd-Funding To Keep Three Birds’ Extinction at Bay
May 11, 2015
— Australian birds facing evolutionary annihilation can tweet a sigh of relief thanks to a big gift from fellow Aussies.
The Weasel That Could
March 4, 2015
— The science behind the Snickers-sized weasel’s unlikely attack on a resourceful Green Woodpecker.
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