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- At Brain Metrics, Bradley Voytek tells us just how cool whale and dolphin brains really are at The Measure of a Whale.
- As long as we’re talking about cetaceans, here in the Daily Mail are some amazing images of an eight-ton orca leaping over a dolphin in a battle of predator and prey.
- The neuroecology blog discusses the transmission of behavior from colonies of harvester ants to other daughter colonies in Transmitting Behavior Between Groups.
- Over at Bug Blog, Africa Gómez talks about common species of bees that may use a bee hotel in Bee Hotel Guests.
- And finally, many like to think of ducks as waddling balls of feathered cuteness, but their behavior can be downright horrific. The crew at Animation Domination Hi-Def (ADHD) has gifted us with a scientifically accurate version of Duck Tales. WARNING: Once seen, this can never be unseen. Not appropriate for all viewers… or most any viewers for that matter.