Freshwater fish and amphibians have an enzyme that acts like night-vision goggles

Researchers uncover an enzyme that allows various marine species to see a much wider range of light than us humans — from the blue-greens of marine environments to more cloudy, infrared inland streams. For nearly a hundred years researchers have known that fish and amphibians have an unreal ability to fine-tune their visual abilities to … Continued

The secret to survival according to green tree frogs

Its red eyes really make this little frog stand out, which is not what you want when predators come calling. So what tricks has this creature learned in order to avoid becoming a snake’s snack? Well—with over 250 million years of evolution under its belt—quite a lot actually. Have a watch of the video to … Continued

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