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JunoCam puts the public in charge of picking interesting targets and processing images.
To deal with sexual conflict, female bedbugs get flexible. #50ShadesofBiology
To get a girl's attention, male peacocks twerk, twerk, twerk, twerk, twerk. #LoveFactually
Love means compromise and flexibility. Think like a bedbug. #LoveFactually #ValentinesDay
After sex, male coin spiders bite off their own genitals. #50ShadesofBiology
"50 Shades of Grey" has nothing on nature. Sea slug sex involves simultaneous forehead stabbing. #50ShadesofBiology
As frogs jerk their tongues back, acceleration can surge to 12 times the pull of Earth’s gravity.
How Darwin’s dangerous idea has adapted to modern biology: #DarwinDay
This #DarwinDay, revisit evolutionary biology's impractical designs.
A year ago today, #LIGO shook up physics and led the rest of us to ask, "what are gravitational waves"?
Still wondering what the heck gravitational waves are a year later? Let us explain.
Bat Bot can glide, swoop and turn, but still needs a net to land. #robotproblems
Frog saliva is what’s called a shear-thinning liquid.
Our February 18, 2017, issue on supernovas is now online!
Meet Bat Bot, a batlike robot that flies with soft silicone wings.
This Martian meteorite reveals history of Red Planet’s red-hot volcanism.
What the first analysis of frog saliva shows about grabbing and then letting go:
Why are frog tongues softer than marshmallows?
The Chicxulub impactor may have had a volcanic accomplice when taking out the dinosaurs.
Bat Bot soars, swoops and lands in net. No sign of Robin reported. #robots
Disasters unfolded across the world around 66 million years ago.
This newfound Martian meteorite is nearly 2 billion years older than its siblings.
Evidence of tsunami from dino-killing Chicxulub impact found in North America.
Serious question: How are frog tongues so sticky?
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