382 Intensive human contact correlates with smaller brains: differential brain size reduction in cattle types.

381 Turbulence explains the accelerations of an eagle in natural flight.

380 Extreme lifespan extension in tapeworm-infected ant workers.

379 Discovery of a body-wide photosensory array that matures in an adult-like animal and mediates eye–brain-independent movement and arousal.

378 Extreme altitudes during diurnal flights in a nocturnal songbird migrant.

377 Towards complete and error-free genome assemblies of all vertebrate species.

376 Platypus and echidna genomes reveal mammalian biology and evolution.

375 The island rule explains consistent patterns of body size evolution in terrestrial vertebrates.

374 A deadly toxin that kills bald eagles originated from an environmental interaction between an invasive plant, a cyanobacterium, and bromide.

373 Dung beetles as vertebrate samplers – a test of high throughput analysis of dung beetle iDNA.

372 Snaps of a tiny amphipod push the boundary of ultrafast, repeatable movement.

371 Do marmosets understand others’ conversations? A thermography approach.

370 Self-organized biotectonics of termite nests.

369 Nonlinear elasticity and damping govern ultrafast dynamics in click beetles.

368 How spiders hunt heavy prey: the tangle web as a pulley and spider's lifting mechanics observed and quantified in the laboratory.

367 Cultural transmission of vocal dialect in the naked mole-rat.

366 The characteristic response of domestic cats to plant iridoids allows them to gain chemical defense against mosquitoes.

365 Fruiting body form, not nutritional mode, is the major driver of diversification in mushroom-forming fungi.

364 Infectious disease and sickness behaviour: tumour progression affects interaction patterns and social network structure in wild Tasmanian devils.

363 Communication hubs of an asocial cat are the source of a human–carnivore conflict and key to its solution.

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