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Cientista é envenenado por perereca e identifica espécies peçonhentas

Cientista é envenenado por perereca e identifica espécies peçonhentas

First Venomous Frogs Described Use Heads As Deadly Weapons | IFLScience

First Venomous Frogs Described Use Heads As Deadly Weapons | IFLScience

A leopard seal greets underwater cameraman Göran Ehlmé.  Antarctica, Anvers Island. (Paul Nicklen, National Geographic Image Collection)

A leopard seal greets underwater cameraman Göran Ehlmé. Antarctica, Anvers Island. (Paul Nicklen, National Geographic Image Collection)

Paul Nicklen (a National Geographic photographer) describes coming face-to-face with one of Antarctica's most vicious predators.

Paul Nicklen (a National Geographic photographer) describes coming face-to-face with one of Antarctica's most vicious predators.

Believe It Or Not, This Isn't A Snake. So What Is It? snake-mimicking butterfly (Dynastor darius) from the forests of Trinidad| IFLScience

Believe It Or Not, This Isn't A Snake. So What Is It? snake-mimicking butterfly (Dynastor darius) from the forests of Trinidad| IFLScience

Inky the Octopus Escapes From a New Zealand Aquarium!! Tracks suggest he slipped through a small gap at the top of his tank, scampered across the floor, slid down a 164-foot-long drainpipe and reached the ocean.

Inky the Octopus Escapes From a New Zealand Aquarium

Inky the Octopus Escapes From a New Zealand Aquarium!! Tracks suggest he slipped through a small gap at the top of his tank, scampered across the floor, slid down a 164-foot-long drainpipe and reached the ocean.

So, Turns Out Crocodiles Can Climb Trees - Wired Science

So, Turns Out Crocodiles Can Climb Trees

So, Turns Out Crocodiles Can Climb Trees - Wired Science

Scientists discover that two species pack a powerful punch to potential predators with a poisonous poke from their heads. If these guys headbutt you, seek medical help immediately.

These frogs shoot venom straight from their heads

Scientists discover that two species pack a powerful punch to potential predators with a poisonous poke from their heads. If these guys headbutt you, seek medical help immediately.

An investigation by The Sacramento Bee has discovered that the Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services program has killed 50,000 animals from more than 150 species, some endangered, since the year 2000, like protected golden and bald eagles, kit foxes, river otters, wolverines, and pet dogs. The creatures have fallen foul of the animal traps, snares, and poisons used by the service.

USDA's Wildlife Services program killing endangered species

An investigation by The Sacramento Bee has discovered that the Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services program has killed 50,000 animals from more than 150 species, some endangered, since the year 2000, like protected golden and bald eagles, kit foxes, river otters, wolverines, and pet dogs. The creatures have fallen foul of the animal traps, snares, and poisons used by the service.

This African Fish Can Catch and Eat Flying Birds | Popular Science

This African Fish Can Catch and Eat Flying Birds | Popular Science

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