Health & Medicine
Venus Fly Traps 'Count' To Catch and Eat Prey
Researchers discovered that carnivorous plants such as the Venus flytrap can count. This is likely their way of avoiding false alarms and making sure they have captured a juicy bug before releasing their digestive enzymes.
Kangaroos More Gassy Than Thought: Learning for Cows
Male Crickets Who Offer Females Tasty Treats Can Trick Them Into Mating, Researchers Say
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