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  1. ATTACK OF THE ANTS

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    Ants hunt a fly larva in a pitcher plant’s fluid-filled cup. Credit: Scharmann et al, 2013, PLOS ONE

  2. FUNGI FIGHT

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    A tough match between the strands of two ferocious fighters: a sulfur tuft mushroom (top right) and Phanerochaete velutina (bottom left). Courtesy of L. Boddy

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    • SCIENCE ON ICE

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      Toronto physicists explain how they discovered the secrets behind making icicles rippled. CREDIT: A.SH. Chen and S.W. Morris/Univ. of Toronto

    • LINKED IN

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      Two hermaphrodite Siphopteron slugs — only a few millimeters long — mate. The heads have a shieldlike structure, and two winglike flaps curl around their sides. Mating starts with intertwining…

    • Tail wags signal friend or foe

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    • Wobbling Water

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      On a hot metal plate, a ball of water containing gold salt (yellow droplet) floats and sways on its own positively charged vapor. The droplet gradually becomes negatively charged and the salt converts…

    • MOTH DEFENSE

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      Watch a vampire moth feed on blood from a human finger. Credit: Branden Apitz

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      • Dead Stop

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      • SHAKE IT OFF

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        A southern grasshopper mouse tussles with and then devours an Arizona bark scorpion. The scorpions’ venom delivers agony to many mammals, but proteins in the grasshopper mouse’s nerves…

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        • GIMME BLOOD

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          A montage of video shows vampire bats regurgitating blood for hungry pals. The bats can survive only a few days without blood. Credit: G. Carter

        • Free-Floating Pseudomonas Ball

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        • DON’T COME TOO CLOSE

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          A light beam increasingly curves as it nears a microscopic sphere, and it eventually wraps around the sphere. Light bends because of the optical properties of the plastic it’s passing through,…

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