Documenting butterfly life cycles through paintings, long before such things were done. Especially by women! (From CJ)
Whales eat a lot. So if there were a 100x more whales in the ocean than there are now, where did all their food come from? Turns out whales create a more fertile ocean using their own poop! (From Amy)
How can male academics better help and include their female counterparts? A new bi-weekly chat held by STEM women. (From Amy)
Never underestimate a salamander. Researchers in California have found that they may help combat the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. (From Noah).
Do you like charismatic megafauna? You’re not alone. Apparently the bigger the animal, the more publications. (From Jeremy)
One of the fastest changing ecosystems? The grasslands of the Dakotas. (From Jeremy)
WARNING! NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART! (These are both from Sarah)
First, a toad with a visible parasite in it’s eye.
Second, an intense botfly removal…
And a slightly less gross video about a rare oarfish sighting. (From CJ)