See the First Camera Collar Footage From a Wild Wolf

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The candid movies, which will continue this year, will hopefully provide some insight into the daily lives of these adaptable creatures, such as their recently discovered habit of freshwater fishing.
 

Adorable 'Porg' Pterosaur Flapped Above Jurassic China

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As the sun sets over what will become northern China in 160 million years, something small dives between the trunks of tree ferns, intercepting a dragonfly mid-flight.
 

2.5 Billion T. rex May Have Roamed Earth

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In total, some 2.5 billion Tyrannosaurus rex may have reached maturity and marauded the Cretaceous landscape, according to a new study published today in the journal Science.
 

See the Fractal-Like Shells of Ammonites Like Never Before

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The prehistoric cephalopods were composed of fleshy soft tissue (the living bit of the animals) and hard external shells, which, according to a paper published this week in Scientific Reports, may have helped the animals control their buoyancy.
 

Paleontologists Describe 'Monkeydactyl,' a Pterosaur That May Have Had an Opposable Thumb

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A pterosaur with a 3-foot wingspan clambered around trees using claws and an opposable thumb some 160 million years ago in what is now Liaoning, China, according to a study published today in Current Biology.
 

Distinct Species of Adorable Weasels Have Been Hiding in Plain Sight

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Despite measuring anywhere from 6.7 to 13 inches (17 to 33 cm) in length, ermines—among the smallest of the weasels—are formidable hunters, preying on shrews, mice, rats, squirrels, and even the occasional rabbit, which is a wild thing to witness.
 

The Biggest Smalltooth Sawfish Ever Measured Washed Ashore in Florida

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Two sawfish washed ashore dead in the Florida Keys over the past week; one of those fish is the largest of its species to ever be measured, clocking in at 16 feet long and weighing as much as a horse.
 

MIT Researchers Want to Talk to Spiders

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Arachnids use their intricate webs to trap meals, navigating across the structure using the vibrations it senses through the hairs on its legs.
 

These Mole-Like Critters Lived Under the Feet of Dinosaurs

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Before an asteroid completely changed the course of Earth’s evolutionary trajectory, the world was filled with scaled and feathered dinosaurs, web-winged pterosaurs, and, as a new study describes, precursors to modern mammals that eked out existence in burrows they dug into the Cretaceous soil.
 

New Mexico Man Starts Driving Home From Albertson's Before Noticing Beees, Thousands of Beees!

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“Firefighters arrived to find a swarm of bees inside the vehicle,” the department wrote.

A Rare Antelope Is Photographed Alive in the Wild for the First Time

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A recent camera trap survey in a Togolese nature reserve has turned up the first-ever images of a live Walter’s duiker, a petite African antelope species, in the wild.

Dinosaur Found in Argentina Looked Like a Bumpy-Headed T. Rex

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The dinosaur was a bipedal, meat-eating predator from the little-known family Abelisauridae, which could grow to nearly 30 feet long and are characterized by their stubby, rugged skulls.

A Mystery Brain Condition Is Making Bears Friendly, Then Killing Them

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An unknown neurological condition is sickening and often killing young black bears in California and Nevada.

Extinct Kangaroo Could Climb Trees With Its Huge Claws

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A new study describes a “semiarboreal kangaroo” that lived 40,000 years ago in Australia.

Scientists Begin to Unravel the Mystery of Deep-Sea Sponge Life in the Arctic

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Living at depths approaching an entire mile, deep-sea Arctic sponges are a scientific curiosity, as they’ve somehow managed to make this extreme environment their home.

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