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Flying foxes briefly return to spruced-up camp
Mediterranean turtles recovering at different rates
Large bumblebees start work earlier
Large bumblebees start work earlier
Cryptic sense of orientation of bats localised – sixth sense of mammals lies in eye
Wood ants show way when it comes to getting a good meal
Discarded ostrich shells provide timeline for our early African ancestors
More than 1,000 grasses planted for endangered finch
Study of marine noise highlights need to protect pristine Australian waters
Baiting program expands in fight against foxes
Entomologist to examine how plant domestication influences pollinator evolution
Whales dive deep for profitable prey
Rodenticides in environment pose threats to birds of prey
Lack of prey reduces breeding success in puffin populations
Omnidirectional cameras reveal secret underwater lives of marine animals
Wasps share resources on offshore island
UCLA-led study traces gendered movement patterns among Tanzania’s Hadza hunter-gatherers
Lemurs Can Sniff Out Hidden Fruit from Afar
Asian giant hornet still far from Oregon
No eyes? No problem. Worms still avoid blues
Eyeless roundworms sense color
Female gannets go extra mile to feed chicks
Cuttlefish show their intelligence by snubbing sub-standard snacks
Researchers introduce a new generation of tiny, agile drones
Beach-nesting birds are under attack from dogs, photographers and four-wheel drives
Noisy neighbours
Diving beneath waves with giant mantas off Peru
Whale Sharks show remarkable capacity to recover from injuries
European wasp season heating up in ACT
Why plant diversity is so important for bee diversity
Friends Matter: Giraffes that Group with Others Live Longer
Stanford analysis shows plastic ingestion by marine fish is a widespread and growing problem
Ocean surface slicks create superhighway for diverse fishes
Soldiers, snakes and marathon runners in hidden world of fungi
Noise and light pollution alter bird mating behavior
Nest to ocean program to save more turtle hatchlings
Banding together to protect vulnerable species
Fish sex organs boosted under high-CO2
Penguins benefit from extended maritime zone
Foraging humans, mammals and birds who live in same place behave similarly
Environment shapes behaviour
Bees respond to wildfire aftermath by producing more female offspring
Humanitarian crisis looms in Madagascar amid drought and pandemic
Broilers’ natural behaviour and welfare stimulated by eating fly larvae
Brain gene expression patterns predict behavior of individual honey bees
Researchers make ‘high vis vests’ to help monitor bee behaviour
$300,000 for Turtle Nest Cooling Trial at Mon Repos
Could spotted owls benefit from forest fires?