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Stories by Jason G. Goldman

Hawaiian Crows Ready for the Call of the Wild

The critically endangered birds have done well in captive breeding, meaning they may be ready once more for wild living, and the repertoire of calls associated with it. Jason G. Goldman reports. ...

January 30, 2017 — Jason G. Goldman

A Humble Fish with a Colorful Edge

The cichlid, a small fish, has one of the most incredible visual systems known—which allows it to adapt to differently colored environments. Jason G. Goldman reports.

January 28, 2017 — Jason G. Goldman

Bats Learn to Take White-Nose Punch

In areas where the white-nose syndrome fungus has been around for awhile, little brown bats seem to have found a way to limit the disease damage.

December 23, 2016 — Jason G. Goldman

Clever Ants Have Backup Navigation Systems

An ant walking in the desert can gauge distance by footsteps and the sun's position, but an ant being carried can estimate distance by visual information perceived as it passed by.  ...

September 22, 2016 — Jason G. Goldman

Road Noise Makes Birds' Lives Tougher

By playing road noise where there was no road, researchers were able to gauge the effect of the noise on bird behavior without having to deal with the effect of the road itself.  ...

September 13, 2016 — Jason G. Goldman
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