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Wild pigs are running rampant in Southern states, such as Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Their variegated color reflects admixtures of domestic breeds. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

Snout Of Line: Trackers On Wild Pigs Show That Weather May Help Predict Their Movements

Scientists can predict their movement to help stop the feral porkers from hogging farmers' crops. The post Snout Of Line: Trackers On...

Artist's concept of an adult and two juvenile Tethyshadros insularis, showing distinct appearance of immature and mature specimens in the ancient environment of Villaggio del Pescatore, the first locality in Italy to preserve many dinosaur individuals of the same species. (Davide Bonadonna)

Discovery Of Dinosaur Bones In Italy Offers New Insight Into Mediterranean 80 Million Years Ago

Dinosaur fossils are rare in Italy, but the discovery of several skeletons is changing assumptions about the region's history. The post...

An artist's reconstruction of the appearance of the new species of armored dinosaur, Stegouros elengassen, found in the Rio de las Chinas valley in Chilean Patagonia. (Luis Perez Lopez/Zenger)

Dino-Sword: New Species Of Dinosaur With Vicious Sting In The Tail

Scientists unearth an armored beast that had a thrashing tale with a deadly, sharp-edged club on the end. The post Dino-Sword: New...

Crickets are endangered by artificial light. (Keren Levy)

Jumpin’ Jiminy: How Light Pollution Could Ruin Crickets’ Sex Lives

Nighttime light pollution disrupts the insects' mating patterns and could one day wipe out the entire species, says study. The post...

The Alpine rose leaf-miner moth surprised researchers, as it has adapted to eat the toxic Alpine rose. (Juerg Schmid/Newsflash/Zenger)

That Moth Be A Record: Moth Species Survived 12,000 Years On Remote Mountain Peak

Rare rose leaf-miner moth has existed in isolation since the last ice age.  The post That Moth Be A Record: Moth Species Survived 12,000...

Researchers strung raw chicken from tree branches to act as bait for vulture bees in Costa Rica. These stingless bees feed on carrion, while most bee species are vegetarian. (Quinn McFrederick/UCR)

VIDEO: What The Cluck? ‘Vulture Bees’ Eat Chicken In Costa Rica 

Carnivorous bees show the less sweet side of the world's favorite insect. The post VIDEO: What The Cluck? ‘Vulture Bees’ Eat Chicken...

In an artist's concept featuring the shallows near the shore during the Cretaceous period (145-66 million years ago), Tetrapodophis amplectus glides through a tangle of branches from the conifer Duartenia araripensis, which has fallen into the water, sharing this habitat with a water bug from the Belostomatidae family and a small fish (Dastilbe sp.). (Julius Csotonyi)

Four-Legged Snake Fossil A Fake, Scientists Say

“Missing link" fossil is just a common 100 million-year-old marine lizard, study reveals.  The post Four-Legged Snake Fossil A Fake,...

Remains of the extinct megalodon shark, including these huge teeth, were recently found in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile. (CIAHN-ATACAMA/Zenger)

Some-Fin Scary: Giant Prehistoric Shark Teeth From 60-Foot Ocean Monster Unearthed In Desert

A single tooth from this fearsome megalodon predator is bigger than a man's hand.  The post Some-Fin Scary: Giant Prehistoric Shark...

People walk through the sand dunes at sunset on Dec. 5, 2020, in Maspalomas, Spain. The dunes at Maspalomas saw a positive transformation during the Coronavirus pandemic due to the lack of tourism on the island. Conservation efforts over several years to restore the natural habitat have had a boost due to the lack of disturbance, as many of the dunes have regained their shape and height, and vegetation has started to recover. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Reptile Dysfunction: Giant Lizards Choking On Condoms Left Behind By Tourists

Holidaymakers who use sand dunes for romps are destroying protected plant life and killing endangered lizards, officials say. The post...

Fish and other marine species are swimming deeper in the Mediterranean Sea to escape rising water temperatures, according to a new study. (Shahar Chaikin/Zenger)

VIDEO: In Deep Trouble: Fish Are Diving Deeper To Escape Climate Change

Study shows fish are escaping warmer seas by migrating to lower depths. The post VIDEO: In Deep Trouble: Fish Are Diving Deeper To Escape...