Unravelling the ‘Jaws’ myth

Scientists have long had a (debatedly) unhealthy fascination for potentially dangerous wild animals. A curiosity for anything with sharp teeth, claws, fangs, tusks, and an instinct for survival so strong they could easily shred you to pieces. Call it the thrill of danger , or the strange excitement stemming from being upclose with some of the world’s most lethal predators. […]

Monkey Midwife Surprises Researchers

Something that has never been photographed, filmed or recorded in any detail before has occurred in the wilds of China. Professor Meng Yao and colleagues from Peking University were following a troop of white-headed langur monkeys when they observed a mother giving birth. This was nothing out of the ordinary, as the team had witnessed […]

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