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Harmine stimulates proliferation of human neural progenitors
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Honey bee sting pain index by body location
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Sizing ocean giants: patterns of intraspecific size variation in marine megafauna
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Arthropods of the great indoors: characterizing diversity inside urban and suburban homes
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Ontogeny in the tube-crested dinosaur Parasaurolophus (Hadrosauridae) and heterochrony in hadrosaurids
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Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) reassure others in distress
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Boxer crabs induce asexual reproduction of their associated sea anemones by splitting and intraspecific theft
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Why sauropods had long necks; and why giraffes have short necks
27 citations · 31,184 views · 3,646 downloads
Investigating the running abilities of Tyrannosaurus rex using stress-constrained multibody dynamic analysis
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Regenerative agriculture: merging farming and natural resource conservation profitably
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368 days ago
@alxndrt another bird family, corvids, are known for consolation ("contact directed by uninvolved bystanders toward others in distress"). besides corvids, this behavior is only known in the great apes, canines and

@DinoBryno @Himmapaan And don't forget the @alfmuseum Parasaurolophus! https://t.co/w6kNW19VtN

453 days ago
Boxer Crabs are the first known animals to stimulate another to reproduce. They host anemones like boxing gloves ... https://t.co/A4LNjKXKUt

New Gaitsym paper. Incorporating limb stresses reduces speed estimates in T.rex @wisellers @PaleoStu @DrPhilManning https://t.co/ozmKr3p1Ea https://t.co/K4RCPJQoKk

@NHM_London ...and plenty to choose from in this great round-up of "ocean giants" by @DrCraigMc & co, ofc :) - https://t.co/3Ht4K96GbB

536 days ago
@MikeTaylor @StoneBrewingCo Why sauropods had long necks; and why giraffes have short necks https://t.co/ZnhNeqxEKb

546 days ago
Harmine stimulates proliferation of hNPC https://t.co/TaAdkC5WwO via @thePeerJ

A recent entomological survey found 100% of homes - and 68% of bathrooms - in North Carolina contain #spiders

@DocSevenTV Tiens pour ta vidéo sur les 7 savants fous, y'a celui la aussi: https://t.co/vrsvYjqQc3 #mêmepasmal!

Washington Post: "Tyrannosaurus rex couldn't run, but it was a speedy walker"

Deutsche Welle: "When boxer crabs fight, anemones are the real winners"

Smithsonian: "Dozens of Insects and Spiders May Live in Every Room of Your House"

Coverage in National Geographic by Ed Yong

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