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In a new study, researchers found that on average only about in four of the hundreds of snail eggs that a male snail carries on his back are actually his.
Some snails carry the kids of as many as 25 other snails!
Sounds like nature is a depraved sex fest!
In Texas, almost an entire heard of cattle died for an unknown reason.
It was just found out that the die-off was linked to genetically modified grass.
Apparently 15 of 18 animals on an 80-acre ranch began making all kinds of noise
Several new species were recently described.
There was a scary skull-faced sneezing monkey, a new mushroom species named after SpongeBob SquarePants and a worm that lives almost a mile underground named for the devil, the Devil Worm.
How did we miss all these creatures until now??
Honey bees are not the mindless drones we think of when we think of bees.
The University of Illinois conducted a personality study on bees and found they can be everything from very outgoing to lazy!
They studied their brains and their "thrill seeking" and found that
When it comes to raw power, nothing in the history of time matches the bite force of the T.rex.
Researchers in the UK scanned in a real T. rex head and made a 3-D model.
One of the researchers explained:
He'll huff and he'll puff and he'll… catch some fish somehow by doing this?
It has recently been discovered that the Pacific Red Lionfish blows jets of water at its prey to catch it.
Researchers believe the jets of water disorient the prey and make it easier to grab as the lionfish approaches head on.
Not every lionfish does this… just the smart ones looking for an easier meal!