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PHYS.ORG Commonly known to predate on insects, praying mantises have occasionally been observed to feed on vertebrates,... 2 days
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Study on jararaca pit vipers links 'giant' specimens proliferation to predators
PHYS.ORG In São Paulo, Brazil's largest city, it is easier to find giant jararaca pit vipers (Bothrops jararaca) in a small fragment of Atlantic Rainforest surrounded by... 3 days
Jararaca pit vipers: Giant' specimens proliferation linked to fewer predators
SCIENCE DAILY In São Paulo, Brazil, it is the lesser presence of predators, not large food supply, that can explain why an isolated green area concentrates more giant pit vipers... 4 days
Ants surrender their venomous secrets
PHYS.ORG Venoms produced by snails, snakes, scorpions and spiders contain numerous bioactive compounds that could lead to therapeutic drugs or insect-specific pesticides. Yet little is known about venoms produced by insects, in part because each bug contains such a... 1 week
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First detection of matter falling into a black hole at 30 percent of the speed of light
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How ad 'heroes' move us… and connect us to their brands
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Unprecedented ice loss in Russian ice cap
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High-tech ‘skins’ turn everyday objects into robots
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Researchers develop microbubble scrubber to destroy dangerous biofilms
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Watch robotic ‘skins’ give life to inanimate toys
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Watch a hurricane put a dent in Earth’s crust
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Three new physics experiments could revamp the standard model
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