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The guy behind our best photos #ishaanraghunandan. Signup for announcements on photography courses..in the field!! #fieldprojects.org
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Sweet yellow-colored quills. An Amazonian porcupine on the ground is a rare sighting. #fpi #fieldcourses #losamigos photo #ishaanraghunandan
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This is why we return from #losamigos Peru without a tan. See how much sunlight hits the floor. #fpi #fieldprojects.org #ishaanraghunandan
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Lunchtime: Cebus apella candid photo on parasite ecology follow. Details at fieldprojects.org #fpi #monkeys, photo #ishaanraghunandan
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Binoculars upside down become a magnifying glass. photo and hosted by #ishaanraghunandan #botfly #fpi #parasites. Fieldprojects.org
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"Much like music created by human drummers, the cockatoos’ beats remain consistent over time and are individually recognizable."
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Researchers at University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix have dissected chimpanzee muscle fibers to analyze their composition in comparison to human muscles to figure out evolutionary differences and their potential origins. Check out the article here http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/06/how-chimps-outmuscle-humans

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With the help of the teeth of the newly discovered species of mysticete, called Coronodon havensteini, the history of baleen may have become more clear. "Our study indicates that early toothed whales used spaces between their large complex teeth for filtering and that baleen gradually replaced teeth over millions of years." http://bit.ly/2uas9sF

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Researchers at our own Washington University in St. Louis have explored biodiversity, its gradation across latitudes, and the role of host-specific natural enemies might play in the tropics. http://bit.ly/2tAW8g9
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