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1 June 2017

Brain switch in voles makes them fall in love at first sight [New Scientist]

Talk about flipping a switch. By simply activating certain circuits in the brains of female prairie voles, researchers made them “fall in love” with specific males.

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1 June 2017

Le Guêpier d’Europe est un ingénieur efficace au rôle écologique méconnu [Ornithomedia]

Ce bel oiseau possède notamment des "notions" en géologie, en thermodynamique et en aménagement du territoire…

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1 June 2017

The Spider Web That Gets Stronger When It Touches Insects [The Atlantic]

Its threads reinforce themselves by sucking up chemicals from the victim’s own shell.

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1 June 2017

Ticks use sticky pads on their feet to cling on to our skin [New Scientist]

A tick’s sophisticated weaponry doesn’t end with its needle-like mouthparts, capable of piercing through human skin and inflicting itchy agony.
Each leg has a pair of claws that can grasp surfaces, and between them – it has now been discovered – is a foldable pad that can spread out like a fan and stick to the smoothest of surfaces.

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31 May 2017

What Hyenas Can Tell Us About the Origins of Intelligence [Scientific American]

A long running project in Africa challenges “the social brain hypothesis”.

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