Bats in daylight.

16 September 2009 grant b 0

This may just be a behavioral curiosity, but I can’t help wonder if the devastation from white-nose fungus is playing more havoc than we realize. […]

Human see. Chimps do.

11 September 2009 grant b 0

We’ve been watching chimpanzee’s faces. Why not? They can be funny to look at, often, and they can help us understand how we communicate emotions […]

Last of the BIG cats.

6 July 2009 grant b 0

The BBC reports that the largest species of cat, the Amur tiger, has an effective population of less than 50 animals: They sampled nuclear DNA […]

Chimp tricks.

16 April 2009 grant b 0

LiveScience sullies our image of chimpanzees as noble, natural creatures with evidence that these apes practice prostitution: The primates’ food-for-sex barter occurs indirectly, over the […]

Stingray, I can… whoah.

2 March 2009 grant b 0

The British press has been all over this, but a fisherman (and biologist) landed a record-sized stingray in Thailand: Guardian: A British angler – with […]