Bees and flowers share electrical charges, a 62-year-old wild albatross produces chick, and new research suggests chimpanzees get feelings of satisfaction similar to humans after solving puzzles.
Moles catch snacks fast thanks to their 'stereo' smell and orphaned Siberian tiger cubs are prepared for life in the wild.
Dung beetles use Milky Way glow to help them walk straight, a new species of spider weaves 'decoys,' and study shows domestic cats do quite a job on wildlife.
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