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Eavesdropping On Fish Could Help Us Keep Better Tabs On Underwater Worlds

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In A First, These Crab Spiders Appear To Collaborate, Creating Camouflage

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Scientists found a pair of mating crab spiders blending in with a flower. The report may be the first known case of cooperative camouflage in spiders.

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Flowers Receive And Transmit Electrical Signals From Pollinators

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The finding suggests a way for plants to share information about nearby pollinators and communicate when to trigger nectar production.

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Here’s Why Roller Pigeons Do Backflips

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Meet the scientist homing in on the genes involved in making parlor roller pigeons do backward somersaults.

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