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4 July 2017

Cuckoos mimic the sound of musk hogs to avoid being eaten [New Scientist]

Bird or beast? A cuckoo seems to have learned how to mimic the sounds made by the pig-like peccaries it lives alongside, perhaps to ward off predators.

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4 July 2017

Chemical fingerprints of fossil plants reveal ancient relationships [Nature Ecology & Evolution - Behind the paper]

Who would have thought that 200 million year old fossil leaves would contain so much chemical and molecular information!?

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1 July 2017

Birds play sick jungle beat with drumsticks they make themselves [New Scientist]

Move over Ringo Starr. Male palm cockatoos have got rhythm too – and they also use their drumming skills to impress the ladies.

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30 June 2017

Floral curve test shows what’s great for a moth is not so good for a flower [ScienceNews]

3-D printed imaginary flowers reveal hidden pollinator-plant conflict over flower shape.

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30 June 2017

Les dessous de l’altruisme chez les chimpanzés [Sciences & Avenir - Animaux]

Ils prennent des risques pour le groupe, font des dons à leurs dépens sans être assurés d’un retour: deux études éclairent les comportements altruistes de nos cousins grands singes.

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