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  • Friend and Foe

    Friend and Foe

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    Endosymbiotic Wolbachia bacteria inhabit the germline tissue of the parasitic nematode, Brugia pahangi.

  • Dragon Tale

    Dragon Tale

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    A pangolin rescued from poachers near Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique.

  • The Shy Shark's Secret

    The Shy Shark's Secret

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    The Chain catshark (Scyliorhinus retifer) fluoresces bright green when illuminated in blue light.

  • Bioinspired by Seahorse Tails

    Bioinspired by Seahorse Tails

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    The flexibility of the seahorse’s armored tail is inspiring novel designs with biomedical and architectural applications.

  • Mozambique Mounds

    Mozambique Mounds

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    Termite mounds in central Mozambique appear as regularly spaced islands of dark-green vegetation in a sea of grassland. 

  • Helena With Cub

    Helena With Cub

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    A lioness relaxing with her cub in Gorongosa National Park, where scientists are studying the recovery of the lion population. 

  • Wait for Me!

    Wait for Me!

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    A remote trail camera captures a photo of an elephant calf trying to catch up to the rest of its family group in Gorongosa National Park.

  • You Lookin' at Me?

    You Lookin' at Me?

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    Waterbucks caught in the act as they eat their way in front of a trail camera in Mozambique, Africa.

  • Cracking the Hardest Nut

    Cracking the Hardest Nut

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    The Large Ground-Finch (Geospiza magnirostris) has the largest beak of all Darwin’s finches on the Galápagos Islands.

  • School's Back!

    School's Back!

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    Golden shiner fish (Notemigonus crysoleucas) stay in school for the shade.

  • Sand Flea Fireworks

    Sand Flea Fireworks

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    The front leg of a sand flea stained with colorful dyes.

  • Tick Hiker

    Tick Hiker

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    An adult female Blacklegged tick (Ixodes scapularis), commonly known as the deer tick, awaits passing wildlife. 

  • Shades of Pollen

    Shades of Pollen

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    The variety of colors of cells in a honeycomb comes from pollen collected from different plant species.

  • The Art of Hiding

    The Art of Hiding

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    Animal mimics evolved markings that make them look either like other animals or inanimate objects.

  • Save Our Sawfish

    Save Our Sawfish

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    A smalltooth sawfish (Pristis pectinata) patrols the murky waters of the Everglades National Park in Florida.

  • Warthog Love

    Warthog Love

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    Warthog mothers look after their young in small family groups.

  • Working On The Ant Farm

    Working On The Ant Farm

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    Leaf-cutter ants practice fungus agriculture to provide the ant colony with a steady source of food.

  • Synchronized Division

    Synchronized Division

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    The early embryonic cells of the sand dollar are caught in the act of synchronized cell division.

  • Supporting the Ecosystem

    Supporting the Ecosystem

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    Pikas are small mammals related to rabbits that can only live in cold climates, either at high latitude or high elevations in North America and Asia.

  • In A Different Light

    In A Different Light

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    A tree scorpion illuminated with UV light gives off a blue-green glow.

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