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BBC Earth

Horses yawn a lot, and probably not because they are tired bbc.in/2bCFcck
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Any hierarchical society is likely to have bullies in its midst bbc.in/2bCOQvT
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"Jane" the T. rex, or possibly Nanotyrannus bbc.in/2bmAbJh
A supercontinent is on its way that incorporates all of Earth's major landmasses bbc.in/2aJrEk0
This wasp uses felt to entomb spiders in homemade coffins bbc.in/2bCfSUM
Bullying your way to the top has a long history, and may even be innate bbc.in/2bLUdu5
“East Bornean orangutans are known as the toughest & most resilient of all the orangutans” bbc.in/2b9khTm
The idea that life began as clay crystals is 50 years old, by @Martha_Rosamund bbc.in/2bN4Qfr
This tiny wasp invented felting before humans did bbc.in/2bCfSUM
Peekaboo. This red knot (Calidris canutus rogersi) is incubating her nest bbc.in/2bbvpdi
It is not just people that bully. Many animals do it too bbc.in/2bLUdu5
Natural disasters might obliterate their homes, but these animals have found ways to rebound bbc.in/2b9khTm
The idea that life began as clay crystals is 50 years old bbc.in/2bN4Qfr
Hurricane Sandy brought marine microbes to New York City bbc.in/2aJs61F
A cunning disguise for this goldenrod crab spider (Misumena vatia) bbc.in/2bbvpdi
Why bullying is such a successful evolutionary strategy, by @melissasuzanneh bbc.in/2bLUdu5
9 million years ago, South America was home to 1m long giant piranhas bbc.in/2bpAS3i
A hidden female greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) bbc.in/2bbvpdi
“Stress can change the behaviour of an animal in a way that can threaten its life” bbc.in/29j2eEo
Why bullying is such a successful evolutionary strategy bbc.in/2bLUdu5
Can you guess these animals based only on their genitals? bbc.in/2bbK0VE
A tiny brittlestars (Ophiuridae) wrapped around branches bbc.in/2bbvpdi
The monkeys and apes that brave hurricanes and wildfires, by @sa_hewitt bbc.in/2b9khTm
The most powerful bite recorded from a living animal belongs to the saltwater crocodile bbc.in/2bpAS3i
 
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