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Dogs not only recognize the voice but can also recognize individual...

In a recent study, scientists have found that dogs can recognize not only the voice of an unknown person and distinguish him among the...

Sedentary infusion once again behaved hard in the absence of the...

A team of scientists have confirmed that sedentary ciliates in several ways react to external stimuli. A specific set of movements is applied depending...

Chili peppers can extend the life of females by 15 per...

A team of Chinese scientists have found that hot peppers can reduce animal mortality by slowing down their daily activity. They fed the flies...

The change of season does not affect the attention and reaction...

African striped mice (Rhabdomys Pumilio) remain equally attentive and quickly respond to danger regardless of the changing season or limited resources. This was discovered...

Californian cougars turn out to have three times more mercury than...

American zoologists have calculated the concentration of mercury in the body of Californian cougar and found that in coastal areas it is three times...

Scientists find the underestimated abilities of Giant land turtles

Scientists conducted a classic behavioural experiment with giant land turtles and found that they had previously underestimated their cognitive abilities. Seychelles and Galápagos turtles...

How sociable black crows protect themselves from parasites?

A team of biologists led by Claudia Wascher from Anglia Ruskin University, (Cambridge, UK) have found that the strength of social connections of black...

Bats turned out to be independent of their microbes

A team of scientists led by Jack Gilbert of the University of California at San Diego conducted a large-scale census of microscopic symbionts in...

Scientists created a new recipe for creating an artificial rhino horn

In an attempt to save endangered rhino populations, scientists have collected a fake horn made of horsetail and artificial silk. It is expected that...

Drones helped see details of killer whale’s privacy

Marine biologists have captured the rare images of northern and southern resident killer whales. Researchers saw how a three-month-old cub from the southern population,...