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Photograph by Cyril Ruoso.
Not yet two, a golden snub-nosed monkey perches in a highland forest in China’s Zhouzhi National Nature Reserve. Maturity comes by age seven.
China’s golden snub-nosed monkey is one of five related species—remnants of once widespread populations whose ranges were squeezed by climate change after the last ice age.
How to dance to dubstep.
The way male and female butterflies relate to one another as adults may depend on how they grew up — sort of like people.
Except for butterflies, it’s not whether they had a happy youth. It’s the weather.
When certain caterpillars are raised in warm, moist conditions they grow into what some would consider traditional roles — males pursuing demure females. But new research has found that when they are raised in dry, cool conditions, it’s the ladies that become aggressive adults, actively courting the guys.
OH GOD I AM LITERALLY LIKE
Asiatic Leopard Cub
Scroll through news headlines, see this. o.o
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