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How the Butterfly Discovered Daylight

By Nicholas Wade

Nocturnal moths evolved into daytime butterflies not to escape bats, as biologists once thought, but to enjoy an abundant new drink: the nectar of flowering plants.

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Trilobite Fossils Show Conga Line Frozen for 480 Million Years

By Becky Ferreira

The orderly collection of ancient arthropods suggests that complex social behavior goes way back in the history of life on Earth.

Trilobite Fossils Show Conga Line Frozen for 480 Million Years

By Becky Ferreira

The orderly collection of ancient arthropods suggests that complex social behavior goes way back in the history of life on Earth.

Was Heidi the Octopus Really Dreaming?

By Elizabeth Preston

They’re far from us on the tree of life, and their brains are very different, and some scientists say we should take care before we assume that cephalopods sleep like we do.

A Virus in Koala DNA Shows Evolution in Action

By James Gorman

Many animals, including humans, have DNA left over from ancient viral infections. In koalas, researchers are studying the process in real time.

A Virus in Koala DNA Shows Evolution in Action

By James Gorman

Many animals, including humans, have DNA left over from ancient viral infections. In koalas, researchers are studying the process in real time.

A Virus in Koala DNA Shows Evolution in Action

By James Gorman

Many animals, including humans, have DNA left over from ancient viral infections. In koalas, researchers are studying the process in real time.

Was Heidi the Octopus Really Dreaming?

By Elizabeth Preston

They’re far from us on the tree of life, and their brains are very different, and some scientists say we should take care before we assume that cephalopods sleep like we do.

What Whales and Dolphins Left Behind for Life in the Ocean

By Veronique Greenwood

The ancestors of dolphins and whales survived in the seas by shedding genes involved in sleep, DNA repair and other seemingly critical activities.

These Ants Use Germ-Killers, and They’re Better Than Ours

By Carl Zimmer

Parasitic fungi do not seem to develop resistance to the chemicals, suggesting new ways to prevent antibiotic resistance.

These Ants Use Germ-Killers, and They’re Better Than Ours

By Carl Zimmer

Parasitic fungi do not seem to develop resistance to the chemicals, suggesting new ways to prevent antibiotic resistance.

These Ants Use Germ-Killers, and They’re Better Than Ours

By Carl Zimmer

Parasitic fungi do not seem to develop resistance to the chemicals, suggesting new ways to prevent antibiotic resistance.

What Whales and Dolphins Left Behind for Life in the Ocean

By Veronique Greenwood

The ancestors of dolphins and whales survived in the seas by shedding genes involved in sleep, DNA repair and other seemingly critical activities.

For Poison Dart Frogs, Markings Matter When It Comes to Survival

By Veronique Greenwood

An experiment found that white-striped frogs were less effective at scaring off predators than frogs with yellow stripes. Yet both populations are thriving.

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