research

One of the chameleons under UV light
Some chameleon species respond to UV light, according to a new study.
Researchers working to find the cause of a mass mortality event now have their answer.
A group surveying wildlife at Delph Pond
The UK Awards for Biological Recording and Information Sharing is now open for entries! 
Sperm whale with raised tail before diving into the ocean
Vocal dialects of sperm whales found around the Galápagos Islands have changed, according to new research. 
Arctic tern
Biologists studying the flight behaviour of common and Arctic terns have found that larger flocks travel faster than smaller ones.
Humpback whale
Humpback whales have been seen intervening during humpback whale attacks, helping the victims to elude their attackers. 
Red-capped manakin
A controversial new paper calls the IUCN Red List into question.
Great white
Researchers suggest that Jaws, and even nature documentaries, may have a lot to answer for when it comes to shark conservation. 
Mole rat
Research sheds new light on the structure of mole rat society. 
Jaguar, Belize
The largest survey of jaguars in Central America has revealed a worrying lack of genetic variation in the cats. 
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