All posts by Jhaneel Lockhart

Warmer Temperatures Will Make Predators Fiercer

Warmer Temperatures Will Make Predators Fiercer

Image: Wikimedia Commons Predators will start becoming even fiercer as global temperatures rise, says a new study that looked at how warmer conditions could affect diversity and competition between species. According to a...

You Can’t Unsee This Weird Giant Shipworm

You Can’t Unsee This Weird Giant Shipworm

A giant worm-like sea creature the size of a baseball bat was recently spotted by scientists for the first time, and you may wish you’d never seen them. Though their long, tusk-like shells...

This May Be Why ‘Man-Eating’ Lions Targeted Humans

This May Be Why ‘Man-Eating’ Lions Targeted Humans

Image: Wikimedia Commons Humans typically aren’t a favorite menu item for lions, but occasionally, they do prey on people. Perhaps the most infamous incident was in 1898, when a pair of lions went on...

Early Relative of Dinosaurs Looked More Like Crocodiles

Early Relative of Dinosaurs Looked More Like Crocodiles

Image: National Science Foundation via Youtube More than 10 million years before true dinosaurs appeared, an ancient predecessor roamed the earth, but it looked nothing like the dinosaurs we know today. Teleocrater rhadinus,...

Chinese Park Launches Controversial Breeding Program

Chinese Park Launches Controversial Breeding Program

Image: Wikimedia Commons China recently launched a controversial orca breeding program, sparking criticism from activists who say keeping the animals in captivity is dangerous to their health. Chimelong Group, a leading amusement park...

These Ants Carry Their Injured Brothers Home After Battle

These Ants Carry Their Injured Brothers Home After Battle

Image: Wikimedia Commons Whether they’re marching in lockstep on carefully organized raids or helping each other over obstacles, ants have long enjoyed a reputation as the ultimate collaborators. Now, a new study reveals...

New Species of Bird-Eating Spider Discovered

New Species of Bird-Eating Spider Discovered

Image: Wikimedia Commons Scientists have identified three new species of bird-eating spiders native to South America. Exciting news if you love animals that eat things bigger than them! The new species belong to...

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