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After traveling the Pacific Ocean for years, sockeye salmon find their way home to their birthplaces using the Earth’s magnetic field, new research shows.
The common mole, Scalopus aquaticus, can find its prey by smelling which direction it’s in, according to a new U.S. study.
Numerous species of shrimp belong to the genus Periclimenes and are often also called “anemone shrimp.”
The orangutan crab, Achaeus japonicus, is a small crustacean in the decorator or spider crab family.
The boxer crab, Lybia sp., carries a pair of sea anemones on its pincers to ward off predators and fight duels with other crabs.
The smallest known fossilized tetrapod footprints have been found at the Joggins Fossil Cliffs in Nova Scotia.
The inner space of the oceans conceals aliens every bit as resourceful as any that might lurk in outer space.
The seed-dispersing role of a large mammal family that died out in the Pleistocene may have been adopted by rodents and thus prevented the black palm tree from going extinct.
Wolverines may use crevices in snow-covered areas to store food for times of need, rendering them vulnerable to global warming.