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December 25, 2009

The vocalizations of female giant pandas change when they are fertile (Jupiter Images)

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR: A South American bird rubs its flight feathers together to attract mates, female pandas modify their vocalizations to signal fertility, a feathered dinosaur from China subdued its prey with a deadly venom, and more.

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