by Piter Kehoma Boll
- Newly Discovered Dinosaur Implies Greater Prevalence of Feathers, called Sciurumimus, it’s a megalosauroid theropod dinosaur and the most basal species found to possess feather-like structures and the first non-coelurosaur to have them.
- Bee Brain Plasticity: Turning Back the Clock on Aging. Bees are always fascinating creatures. Now thay seem to be able to reverse their brains to a younger state when they change their function in the hive!
- South Korea aims to be second nation to engage in ‘scientific’ whaling, I can’t believe…
- Make Room for a New Bloom: New Flower Discovered. Its name is Mimulus peregrinus, as adorable as itself.
- Storm Scents: It’s True, You Can Smell Oncoming Summer Rain. Had they any doubt about it yet?
- Neanderthals Self-Medicated? It seems that our sister species knew the plants power as well.
- Palaeoanthropology: The ancestral dinner table. Some of our ancestors ou ancient cousins actually ate fruits and stuff!
- Our Brains See Men as a Whole and Women as Parts. Both men and women to it, so don’t blame men 😉
- Gorilla Youngsters Seen Dismantling Poacher’s Traps – A First. Aha! Deal with it!
- Why the world has to ignore ReptileEvolution.com, a very important post do advise students and amateur researchers in biology!
- Staying Safe While Working With Wild Animals, some nice tips for you!
- 8 Simple Ways to Reduce Household Waste, it’s worth trying!
- Reduce your waste (and your carbon footprint!), a nice post focused mainly on food waste.
- Tonge Biters and Deep Sea Giants: The Cymothoida (Crustacea: Isopoda). I found it somewhat gruesome, indeed…
- An ant that protects herself with… um… butt foam. Ants that have their own santorum.
- The origin of breathing: how bacteria learnt to use oxygen. Ideas on the evolution of life main features are always fascinating!
- How to Use the Golden Ratio to Take Better Pictures. That’s not an example of art, but a tip to make it. It’s a kinda old post, but I just found it recently and thought it was worth sharing, so enjoy!
- Microraptor, by Sergio Pérez, modified from a photograph of an African starling.
- Hi yo’ eggs, by Julio Lacerda. A Citipati about to be engulfed by a sandstorm.
- Early Land Plants, by Renata Cunha. An image of what Earth would have looked like in the Devonian, when life started to leave whater.
- Carefree life, by Keld Bach. A beautiful landscape with nice horses grazing.
- Giganotosaurus carolinii, by Rafael Albo, a nicely done graphite drawing!
- A New Non-Pterodactyloid Pterosaur from the Late Jurassic of Souther Germany, named Bellubrunnus rothgaengeri, the beautiful Brunno!
- Butterfly genome reveals promiscuous exchange of mimicry adaptations among species. Beauty must be shared.
- Locomotion of C. elegans: A Piecewise-Harmonic Curvature Representation of Nematode Behavior. Nature can be artistic even among small worms.
- Shoaling as an antiparasite defence in minnows (Pimephales promelas) exposed to trematode cercariae. Sometimes living together may keep you healthy.
- Early Evolution and Historical Biogeography of Fishflies (Megaloptera: Chauliodinae): Implications from a Phylogeny Combining Fossil and Extant Data. I simply love evolution and phylogeny, don’t you?
- The Effect of Human Activities and Their Associated Noise on Ungulate Behavior, because pollution is not always a chemical thing.
- Enchanced Survival of Plasmodium-Infected Mosquitoes during Starvation. As you can see, a parasite is not always a bad thing, at least for mosquitoes…
- Exceptionally preserved juvenile megalosauroid theropod dinosaur with filamentous integument from the Late Jurassic of Germany, so here is the description of Sciurumimus.
- Publishing: Foreign tongues. The challenges in publishing in English when it is not your native language.
- Cooperatively breeding carrion crows adjust offspring sex ratio according to group composition. What if you could decide if you’ll have a boy or a girl?
- A new basal ornithopod dinosaur from the Barremian of Galve, Spain. Gideonmantellia amosanjuanae. Those names derived from personalities are quite bizarre, don’t you agree?
- How do Children Solve Aeop’s Fable? Comparting children to crows, amazing!
- The Redder the Better: Wing Color Predicts Flight Performance in Monarch Butterflies. Nature is always using astonishing relationships!
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