Nicobar long-tailed macaques use an array of tools, including bird feathers to floss their teeth
A newly-discovered species of mite sets up home on a spider’s web and nibbles away at any insects the spider catches
A fossil salamander that lived at least 34 million years ago is in such good condition that the remains of a frog it ate are still in its digestive tract
The infected bugs seek out flowers, stick their heads in and bite for their life. Then, hours after dying, their wings spring into action.
There’s a lesser-known leaning tower to which not many tourists flock for a photo.
With new recruits that keep raining in from up above, this unique society has no queen, and the ants work in pitch darkness with no obvious access to food
The odd feeding behaviour may even help keep the young insects together in a primitive form of social living.
Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.
Male Gracixalus treefrogs woo females with their original compositions.