Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Tags Zoology/veterinary science

Tag: zoology/veterinary science

Termite-fishing chimpanzees provide clues to the evolution of technology

Researchers, who remotely videotaped a generation of wild chimpanzees learning to use tools, gain insights into how technology came to define human...

Illegal trade with terrestrial vertebrates in markets and households of Laos

It's not a surprise to anyone that numerous vertebrate species are being sold at different wildlife markets, but at the moment there...

Bird and reptile tears aren’t so different from human tears

Bird and reptile tears aren't so unlike our own, shows a new study in Frontiers in Veterinary Science. But the differences could...

First egg from Antarctica is big and might belong to an...

In 2011, Chilean scientists discovered a mysterious fossil in Antarctica that looked like a deflated football. For nearly a decade, the specimen...

Scientists unravel the evolution and relationships for all European butterflies in...

For the first time, a complete time-calibrated phylogeny for a large group of invertebrates is published for an entire continent. In a...

Bees grooming each other can boost colony immunity

Honeybees that specialise in grooming their nestmates (allogroomers) to ward off pests play a central role in the colony, finds a new UCL and...

Birds, bees and butter — new study shows biodiversity critical for...

Shea yields are likely to benefit from a diversity of trees and shrubs in parkland habitats in West Africa, according to a new study...

New to science newts from Vietnam with an important message for...

In time for the International Day for Biological Diversity 2020, the date (22 May) set by the United Nations to recognise biodiversity...

Last supper: Fish use sharp barbs and spines to fight off...

What price are you willing to pay for food? As humans, we face this challenge each time we shop, but for some...

New bat species discovered — cousins of the ones suspected in...

Bats play a huge but poorly understood role in humans' lives--they pollinate our crops, eat disease-carrying mosquitos, and carry diseases themselves. But...