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What Rodent Senses? Paperblog Pick in Biology

What Are the 5 Or is It 6 Rodent Senses?

Sight Taste Smell Touch Sound Kinesthetic Sense – they memorize their environment and can maneuver through it without looking. Information provided by Bell Labs – a world leader... Read more

Faces Nature: Fibonacci Fractal Paperblog Pick in Biology

Two Faces of Nature: Fibonacci and Fractal

Leonardo Fibonacci is an italian mathematician born in Pisa (Leaning Tower) in the late 12th century. He was credited with spreading the Arabic numeral system in Europe. Read more


  • This Giant Bunny Rabbit is Over 4-feet Tall, and It’s Alive

    This Giant Bunny Rabbit Over 4-feet Tall, It’s Alive

    Have you ever wanted to have a rabbit as tall as you? Well, now can because the three-year-old Darius here is 4-feet 4-inches tall, and he is the biggest... Read more

    The 07 January 2013 by   Nrjperera
  • Did Australopithecus Make Stone Tools?

    Australopithecus Make Stone Tools?

    The first stone tools manufactured by our ancestors were part of the Oldowan industry. This toolkit consists of small sharp flakes which could be used for a wid... Read more

    The 03 January 2013 by   Reprieve
  • Wild & Weird: New Species of Venomous Armpits Discovered in Borneo

    Wild Weird: Species Venomous Armpits Discovered Borneo

    by the Center for Biological DiversitySure, your coworker’s B.O. may be a little offensive at times, but let’s try to see the glass as half full, shall we? At... Read more

    The 10 January 2013 by   Earth First! Newswire
  • Geological History and the Importance of Pegmatite Veins.

    Geological History Importance Pegmatite Veins.

    Pegmatite veins are common in almost all the rock type in Ranchi city of India.byDr. Nitish Priyadarshi Pegmatite, meaning “joined together,” was first applied... Read more

    The 14 January 2013 by   Priyadarshi
  • Who Was the Hobbits Ancestor?

    Hobbits Ancestor?

    Homo floresiensis, also known as “the hobbit”, is probably the most famous hominin of the 21st century. Even my barber had heard of it. Read more

    The 01 January 2013 by   Reprieve
  • Do Our Fingers Wrinkle in the Wet to Improve Our Grip?

    Fingers Wrinkle Improve Grip?

    If you sit in the bath for more than 10 minutes or so, you'll notice that your fingers get wrinkled like a prune. People thought for a while that this was a... Read more

    The 11 January 2013 by   Andrew D Wilson
  • Cave Art: A Creationist Hoax

    Cave Art: Creationist Hoax

    In 1879 Marcelino Sanz de Sautuola was conducting an archaeological excavation of the entrance to Altamira Cave, Spain. He’d just returned from a French... Read more

    The 28 January 2013 by   Reprieve
  • Titles in Evolution

    Titles Evolution

    Can you spot the odd one out in today's list of titles in evolutionary biology? The category is open, though. For example, the journal Evolution insists on its... Read more

    The 16 January 2013 by   Bjornostman
  • The Evolution of Lie-Detection

    Evolution Lie-Detection

    Lying has played an important role in the evolution of humanity. Being able to cheat others out of resources obviously confers advantages upon the deceiver,... Read more

    The 31 January 2013 by   Reprieve
  • Tree Climbing and Human Evolution

    Tree Climbing Human Evolution

    The modern human foot and ankle has lost many ape-like traits in favour of an anatomy useful for walking bipedally. For example, the grasping toes of apes have... Read more

    The 02 January 2013 by   Reprieve


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    The 20 January 2013 by   Iratemonkey :  Animals & WildlifeEnvironmentScience