Museum of Zoology
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Beginning biology students throughout the country could soon use preserved chipmunks, squirrels, mice and other specimens in natural history museums in an unusual, hands-on teaching module developed by scientists and educators at U-M.
On U-M Gateway: Migratory birds shrinking as climate warms, new analysis of four-decade record shows
North American migratory birds have been getting smaller over the past four decades, and their wings have gotten a bit longer. Both changes appear to be responses to a warming climate.
A University of Michigan EEB led team documented 15 rare predator-prey interactions in the Amazon rainforest including images and video of a dinner plate-size tarantula dragging a young opossum.
Warning to arachnophobes: The video below is the stuff of nightmares!
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