Foam from frogs' nests could help make bandages that release drugs
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Foam from frogs' nests could help make bandages that release drugs

A tngara frog (Engystomops pustulosus) Paul Hoskisson Foam that frogs make to build nests can be used in future pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. It can
Biologists Discover an Unexpected Feature We Never Noticed About Certain Wasps
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Biologists Discover an Unexpected Feature We Never Noticed About Certain Wasps

We've discovered recently that the world is much... brighter than we thought. Biofluorescence is a phenomenon that has been increasing in popularity.
Strange wasp nests glow neon green under UV light
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Strange wasp nests glow neon green under UV light

(Image credit to Bernd Schllhorn, Serge Berthier). Scientists discovered fluorescent green wasp nests while trekking through tropical forests in
Sneaky Thieves Steal Hair From Foxes, Raccoons, Dogs, Even You
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Sneaky Thieves Steal Hair From Foxes, Raccoons, Dogs, Even You

Anyone who has tried to steal french fries from a beach can attest that it isn't common for birds. Many birds are skilled in bold and brazen theft.
Birds Are Brazenly Stealing Hair Off Animals' Backs
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Birds Are Brazenly Stealing Hair Off Animals' Backs

Scientists say that some bird species routinely take hair from unsuspecting animals to make nest linings. They recently published a study that
Caffeine-fuelled bumblebees are better at foraging for nectar
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Caffeine-fuelled bumblebees are better at foraging for nectar

Bumblebees are able to work more efficiently with a little caffeine. A caffeine boost can help bumblebees remember the scents of certain flowers and