14th August 2020
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A trick of Cowbirds in surrogating their eggs

by Editor in Birds 0

Cowbirds are famous to lay their eggs in other birds nest and surrogating them to be hatched and taken care off. It remained elusive how cow birds manage this approach. Recent research in Behavioral Ecology proposes that [...]
Animal Diseases

Antiviral Nasal RNA Spray

Designer RNA molecules delivered through the nose show early promise for treating West Nile fever, trials in mice show. No effective therapies exist for the illness caused by a mosquito-borne virus, which can invade the […]

Animal Diseases

Antiviral Nasal RNA Spray

Designer RNA molecules delivered through the nose show early promise for treating West Nile fever, trials in mice show. No effective therapies exist for the illness caused by a mosquito-borne virus, which can invade the […]

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Photography

Fluorescent Heads of Chameleons

Maybe their moms told them nobody likes a showoff. That would explain why many species of chameleon are hiding fluorescent bone bumps on their heads that scientists only just discovered. Chameleons also have independently moving eyeballs, […]

Wildlife

An Unusual Ritual of Chimpanzee

A group of archaeologists report in Scientific Reports that chimpanzees habitually bang and throw rocks against trees, or toss them into tree cavities, resulting in conspicuous stone accumulations at these sites. This represents the first record of […]

Wildlife

Mystery of Woodpeckers Brains?

While a woodpecker smacks its head against wood 54 million times in its lifetime, now researchers are trying to solve the mystery of preserved brain which acts and display mysteriously. Read more at: George Farah, […]

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