- Surrounded mostly by concrete rather than fertile soil, urban weeds have evolved - in just a dozen generations - to keep their seeds close to home.
- It has long been assumed that the eyespots of butterflies and moths tap into just that fear, but the true function of such wing patterns might be much simpler.
- It was only the size of a mouse, but it has the distinction of being the first primate to scurry into the New World.
Wait, wait. A mouse sized monkey? Forget the Zonkey, I want a mouse sized monkey.