Lost Legs? Jellyfish Just Re-align Themselves As injured moon…

Lost Legs? Jellyfish Just Re-align Themselves

As injured moon jellies (Aurelia aurita) swim, their dynamic body pulsations will drive remaining legs into a symmetrical configuration. Such ‘symmetrization’ is a never-before seen self-repair strategy.

Credit: Michael J. Abrams et al., PNAS/mash mix: Live Science

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Chimp Uses Tool To Get Hammered On Palm Wine A West African…

Chimp Uses Tool To Get Hammered On Palm Wine

A West African chimp (Pan troglodytes verus) uses a leaf sponge to steal drinks from a palm tree sap container. This species can get intoxicated on the fermented sap.

Full Story: Chimps Get Drunk on Palm Wine

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Spider’s Creepy Mating ‘Purr’ Recorded by…

Spider’s Creepy Mating ‘Purr’ Recorded by Researchers

Male wolf spiders (Gladicosa gulosa) use vibration to communicate. Unlike other wolf spider species, they create airborne sounds that are audible, but females can only “hear” the vibrations when they resonate on a dry leaf.

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Brain Zaps Improve Cognition? Experimental Treatment…

Brain Zaps Improve Cognition? Experimental Treatment Demonstrated

Neuroscientist Michael Weisend attached electrodes to Live Science staff writer Tanya Lewis’ arm and head in order to subject her to 10 minutes of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) . “Research has demonstrated cognitive improvement in some patients undergoing tDCS,” according to John Hopkins University.

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Bioluminescent Millepedes Shine At Sequoia National Park The…

Bioluminescent Millepedes Shine At Sequoia National Park

The Millipedes (Motyxia sequoiae), which have only been found in the Sierra Nevada region of California, have a unique walk and “give off a green-blue glow,” according to Virginia Tech assistant professor Paul Marek.

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Great White Shark Caught, Tagged, Released For Science The…

Great White Shark Caught, Tagged, Released For Science

The shark, named Mary Lee, was tagged off of Cape Cod, MA in 2012 by nonprofit research group OCEARCH. Her tracker’s radio ping caught the 3,456 pound (1,568kg) animal navigating the waters off of Jones Beach in New York in May 2015.

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Skywatching In Radio Is 24 Hours A Day (and Psychedelic) The…

Skywatching In Radio Is 24 Hours A Day (and Psychedelic)

The Owens Valley Wavelength Array has captured 24 hours of sky, revealing our Universe in a different light. Radio astronomers ‘see’ the sky; visible light astronomers must dodge the Sun. Watching ‘radio lighting’ may be mood enhancing if viewed under certain influences.

Credit: Stephen Bourke/Caltech, LWA Team/Caltech’s Palomar Observatory/Edited by Space.com’s @SteveSpaleta

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