Male tui songbirds signal their prowess with complicated songs, so they respond aggressively when they hear a particularly good vocalist
In a remote region of the US, a town is struggling with a chilling health crisis caused by a recessive gene. The reason? Here, polygamy is still practised.
Round here, we have a lot of song thrushes. Come spring, my wife and I can look forward to a 5.15AM wake-up call from one that’s chosen a soundstage right behind our bedroom window. To read this article for free, access it at school.
Research by Massey University researchers Briar Taylor-Smith, Steven Trewick and Mary Morgan-Richard have reported three new ground wētā species in the New Zealand Journal of Zoology. To read this article for free, access it at school.