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Spiders are Disturbed by Human Noise

Spiders are Disturbed by Human Noise

Regardless what you might think of spiders, once you find out a bit about their behaviour it's hard to deny that they are at the very least, interesting animals.

February 25, 2014 — Felicity Muth

Peacocks Produce Sounds We Can’t Hear

If you're lucky enough, you may have seen a peacock displaying to a female. It's an impressive event to witness: the peacock spreads and ruffles his enormous, brightly coloured tail feathers for a female, who, after checking him out, may choose to mate with him or not.

February 28, 2015 — Felicity Muth
Human Noise Disturbs Different Fish in Different Ways

Human Noise Disturbs Different Fish in Different Ways

It is well known that animals are affected by human noise pollution. For example, dark-eyed junco birds that live in cities sing both louder and with a different song than their countryside counterparts.

February 9, 2014 — Felicity Muth

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