Teaching us resilience in these dark times
Scientists examined the stomachs of Arctic seals. They found food (surprise, surprise) and rocks but no plastic inside. How did seals manage to escape the scourge of plastic?
Male fiddler crabs’ oversized claws are attractive to females, but they slow them down.
It took a fish egg pooped by a swan to stop an old-age theory from flushing down the drain.
They eat almost 60,000 prey in a day. And can store over 4,000 in their food pouch at one time.