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The shark expert takes on the evil predators of New Zealand in breathtaking pictures on one to twelve meters large animal

A shark expert has shown breathtaking pictures of him contracting to a 3-meter-tall animal while swimming with the wild predators in New Zealand. Despite a shark attacking his boat during the photo shoot, Riley Elliott is determined to question society's negative view of the sharp-edged animal and to explain how it is possible to swim with the predators at the …

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Ghost crabs use teeth in the stomach to growl predators science

Angry crabs have a secret weapon to deter their enemies and fend off predators when their claws are in combat, scientists say. Brain Crayfish, named for their sand-pale bodies and nocturnal antics, "growl" with teeth in the stomach against attackers, leaving their claws free for attack maneuvers and general waving. This is the first known evidence "It is definitely an …

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Killer T-Rex dinosaurs had built-in air conditioning in the body to remain as active predators

Tyrannosaurus Rex, also known as the T-Rex Dinosaur, is one of the most dangerous predators that ever existed on the Earth's surface. Although these creatures became extinct about 66 million years ago, fossil remains of these giant predators have helped scientists learn more about their looks and characteristics. According to a new study, T-Rex dinosaurs had built-in air conditioning in …

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Yellowstone elk fear puma more than wolves and manage the threats of both predators

<img src = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/csz/news/800/2019/2-fearingcouga.jpg" alt = "Yellowstone moose fear more pumas than wolves and tackle threats New research from Utah State University shows that pumas do indeed have the biggest impact on elk movement in the winter region of northern Yellowstone National Park Credit: National Park Service Wolves are charismatic, conspicuous, and easily distinguishable as a top predator affecting populations …

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Neanderthals were alpha predators, an isotope study shows – archeology

Neanderthals lived mainly on meat, it has long been suspected but not categorically proven. A new study published in PNAS on Monday offers molecular support for the theory of its carnivorous predilection. It is even postulated that Neanderthals were among the top predators in their sphere, even after anatomically modern humans began to be among them. It is believed that …

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The arrival of bee mites in Hawaii causes pathogenic changes in honeybee predators

Kevin Loope digs a Yellowjacket nest in Volcano, Hawaii. Picture credits: Jessica Purcell, UC Riverside. The reddish-brown Varroa mite, a parasite of honeybees inadvertently introduced on the Big Island of Hawaii in 2007 and 2008, is about the size of a pinhead. However, the effects there are of concern to entomologists, as the mite is found almost everywhere where honey …

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