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Golfinhos se reconhecem por nomes individuais

Bottlenose dolphins send "signature whistles" when one group meets up with another.

Los secretos de la regeneración de la cola de los renacuajos

Los secretos de la regeneración de la cola de los renacuajos

Scientists @ University of Manchester have made a surprising finding after studying how tadpoles re-grow their tails which could have big implications for research into human healing & regeneration.

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First shark genome decoded Genome of the elephant shark provides new insights into immunity and bone formation By Johannes Faber January 2014 - Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics, Freiburg

Descubren dos nuevas especies de búhos en Filipinas | El Blincacequias

2 new Owl species from the Philipines Ninox rumseyi (top) and Ninox lenventisi (bottom) as owls do not learn calls. It is encoded into their DNA and their call is a lot different from other hawk owls.

New Species Of Dragon Found In Museum | Popular Science

The male ruby seadragon (Phyllopteryx dewysea) that was collected in Photo by: Western Australian Museum.

Please DON'T fart !! , there is a limit to our friendship you know !!! ✔️

Please DON'T fart ! , there is a limit to our friendship you know !

Magpies Make Decisions Faster When Humans Look At Them | ScienceDaily | http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/06/130607131018.htm?utm_source=feedburner_medium=feed_campaign=Feed%3A+sciencedaily%2Fplants_animals%2Fanimals+%28ScienceDaily%3A+Plants+%26+Animals+News+--+Animals%29

Scientists says they have determined that magpies making faster decisions if humans are looking directly at them.

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Toronto, Canada – Scientists have named a new species of bone-headed dinosaur (pachycephalosaur) from Alberta, Canada. Acrotholus audeti (Ack-RHO-tho-LUS) was identified from both recently discovered and historically collected fossils.

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