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A really small, rare lizard and a really large ray fish. Read more….

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In this article, you’ll learn about an ant called Pheidole oxyops and how it uses feathers to trap prey. read more…

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It turns out that frogs are laying eggs and hatching tadpoles in them because they hold the water so nicely.  Continue reading….

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Learn about leeches and the history of our medical relationships with them over the centuries. Then we’ll look at their basic biology; life cycles, where they live, status in the overall food chain and stuff like that. Finally, we’ll look at both the pros and cons of using them for medical treatments in modern times.

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My latest article on Medium: How does the single-celled organism, Tetrahymena, manage to have 7 different sexes and tell them apart?! Continue reading…

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Using DNA to recover lost traits and maybe even whole animals is not out of the question anymore. But should we? In this article, I talk about technical scientific obstacles, ethical dilemmas, ecological constraints and fiscal considerations. Continue reading….

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