Yao honey hunter Orlando Yassene holds a male greater honeyguide temporarily captured for research in the Niassa National Reserve, Mozambique. The birds will flutter in front of people, tweet and fly from tree to tree to guide hunters to bees' nests that are hidden inside the trunks of hollow trees. This teamwork could date back thousands or even a million years. Claire Spottiswoode hide caption

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How Wild Birds Team Up With Humans To Guide Them To Honey

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Larry, the chief mouser to the Cabinet Office, prowls outside the door of No. 10 Downing St. in London earlier this month. Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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By hanging a caged chicken near mosquito traps in bedrooms in three Ethiopian villages, researchers hoped to learn how the insects react to the scent of a fowl. Kassahun Jaleta/Courtesy of Rickard Ignell hide caption

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Hundreds Of Endangered Toads Released Into Southeast Wyoming

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Zika virus particles (colored purple in this scan) infecting cells. Each particle is about 40 nanometers in diameter. CDC/Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images hide caption

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A Case Of Zika Apparently Spread From A Patient To A Family Caregiver

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New Research Debunks The Dinosaur's Roar

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The village of Funningur is one of the scenic delights of the Faroe Islands. The archipelago's tourist board has a campaign for better Google Street View mapping called SheepView 360. Ullstein Bild/ullstein bild via Getty Images hide caption

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Marine ecologist Neil Hammerschlag says he can sometimes identify sharks like Emma (pictured) by the way they move. "It's pretty cool to be able to jump in the water and say, 'Hey look, there's Emma the tiger shark!' " Neil Hammerschlag hide caption

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A Marine Ecologist On Swimming With Sharks And What 'Jaws' Got Wrong

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A police officer strokes Larry, the cat who patrols 10 Downing St. in London. Although David Cameron has resigned as prime minister, Larry will retain his position as prime mouser. Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Lucky laboratory mice got to watch scenes from Orson Welles' classic Touch of Evil, starring Janet Leigh and Charlton Heston. Keystone/Getty Images hide caption

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A Mouse Watches Film Noir And Offers Clues To Human Consciousness

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Chief Mouser Gets To Keep His Job At 10 Downing St.

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Space Experiment Will Track Animals On Earth

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