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Bat-roost? To Curb Malaria!
2018-02-18 10:50
110 years ago, one man set out to rid Texas of Malaria – with the help of what was then a very unlikely source… bats! Dr. Charles A. Campbell had a simple plan. He knew that ba… Read More
Aye Aye
2017-09-19 04:37
The aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) is a lemur, a strepsirrhine primate native to Madagascar that combines rodent-like teeth that perpetually grow. It is the world’s largest noc… Read More
Japanese Spider Crab
2017-09-18 06:37
The Japanese spider crab has the greatest leg span of any arthropod, reaching up to 5.5 m from claw to claw. The body may grow to a size of 40 cm in carapace width and the whole crab can wei… Read More
Pink Fairy Armadillo
2017-09-16 04:37
The pink fairy armadillo (Chlamyphorus truncatus) or pichiciego is the smallest species of armadillo. This desert-adapted animal is endemic to central Argentina and can be found inhabiting s… Read More
Orchid Mantis
2017-08-30 05:45
A beautiful orchid, isn’t it? But it is an insect, commonly called as Orchid mantis. It is known by various common names including walking flower mantis and orchid mantis. It is one of… Read More
Panda Ant
2017-08-29 08:24
Even though it seems like an ant, it is not! This is one of 3,000 species of wasps in the family Mutillidae of Order Hymenoptera. Commonly known as Velvet ants, but black and white specimens… Read More
Giant Isopod
2017-08-26 11:31
A giant isopod is any of the almost 20 species of large isopods in the genus Bathynomus. They are abundant in cold, deep waters of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. Bathynomus gigante… Read More
Mantis Shrimp
2017-08-23 08:40
Mantis shrimps are marine crustaceans of the order Stomatopoda. They typically grow to around 10 cm in length. The largest mantis shrimp ever caught had a length of 46 cm and was caught in t… Read More

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