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Mathematical model shows how ants behave when faced with an obstacle

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-06-15-mathematical-model-shows-how-ants-behave-when-faced-with-an-obstacle.html

Mathematical model shows how ants behave when faced with an obstacle Friday, June 15, 2018 by: Edsel Cook animal behavior , animal studies , animal study , ant behavior , ants , insects , mathematical models - (Natural News ) You have probably seen a troop of ants hauling chunks of food many times their size and weight back to their home colony. ... New spider species all look the same, like clones from Star Wars - Disqus Take Action: Support Natural News by linking to this article from ...

Water cooler talk – Andean bears use water sources not only to drink, but also to communicate with others

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-08-23-andean-bears-use-water-sources-to-drink-communicate.html

Water cooler talk – Andean bears use water sources not only to drink, but also to communicate with others Friday, August 23, 2019 by: Edsel Cook Andean bear , animal behavior , animals , bears , endangered animals , Endangered species , spectacled bear , water sources , wildlife , wildlife conservation - (Natural News ) The watering holes scattered throughout the Andes mountain range of Peru also serve as communication spots for Andean bears. ... These ...

Are wildlife tourists helping or harming elephants? Experts say they pressure elements to become more violent

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-08-18-wildlife-tourists-harming-elephants-violent.html

Some herds even go so far as to behave and move very differently, suggesting that the animals are going out to their way to avoid running into humans. ... Spider monkeys adjust their “whinnies” to regain contact with their group Hiding in plain sight: Peacocks’ brightly colored feathers could be camouflage that hides them from predators, suggests study Water cooler talk – Andean bears use water sources not only to drink, but also to communicate with others - Disqus Take Action: ...

Endangered bear species can mimic each other's facial expressions to communicate

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The smallest species of bear in the world, sun bears are also one of the rarest. ... Spider monkeys adjust their “whinnies” to regain contact with their group Hiding in plain sight: Peacocks’ brightly colored feathers could be camouflage that hides them from predators, suggests study Water cooler talk – Andean bears use water sources not only to drink, but also to communicate with others - Disqus Take Action: Support Natural News by linking to this article from your website Permalink ...