Australian blue-banded bees take a heavy metal approach to pollination. A team of researchers recently filmed the bees' headbanging technique, which reportedly maximizes pollen release and allows bees to spend less time pollinating each flower.
Male crickets emit a high-frequency chirp to startle potential female mates into revealing their location. This, researchers say, likely evolved from males impersonating predatory bats.
MIT researchers have figured out how seals use their unique whiskers to track prey and navigate.