‘Hey I’m Dead!’ The Story Of The Very Lively Ant
April 1, 2009
How do ants know when another ant is dead?
“They included skatole, a component of feces; trimethylamine, one of the essences of rotting fish; and several of the more pungent fatty acids that contribute to rancid human body odor,”
oleic acid — just a teeny drop of it — was all the ants had to sniff to think “DEAD!”
Raising Earthworms Indoors
red wigglers: 3-5 inches
Worms Are Wonderful
Herman the Worm
Chameleon Changing Color
The Animal Box Office
Chameleons Are Amazing
master of camouflage
Live Fast, Die Young: Labord’s Chameleon – Madagascar
These birds can fly almost ten months without landing
Swedish Researchers Find Common Swifts Stay Airborne for 10 Months
Some hope tiny drones might be able to mimic the birds
Inside Animal Minds
September 4, 2016
What separates your mind from an animal’s?
It’s a question we’ve all asked, but renowned primatologist Frans de Waal says there’s no point trying to rank who’s smarter or dumber in the animal world.
In fact, he believes there’s no clear dividing line between humans and the rest of the animal world.