Hybrid animals are not nature's misfits

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May 4, 2021

Hybrid Animals Are Not Nature's Misfits

By Ashley Yeager

In the 20th century, animals such as mules and ligers that had parents of different species were considered biological flukes, but genetic sequencing is beginning to unravel the critical role of hybridization in evolution.

When Pursuing Prey, Bats Tune Out the World

By Lisa Winter

As they close in for the kill, the flying mammals use quieter echolocation to focus on the chase.

What Scientists Know About the B.1.617 Coronavirus Variant

By Shawna Williams

While some experts speculate the variant could be partially responsible for India's current surge in SARS-CoV-2 infections, information about the effects of its mutations is only beginning to emerge.

ICYMI: Human-Monkey Chimeras Shed Light on Development

By Abby Olena

Human stem cells injected into early monkey embryos proliferate and contribute to multiple cell lineages over 20 days of embryonic development.


Infographic: Animals of Different Species Hybridize

By Ashley Yeager

The offspring of crosses between related species can sometimes fill a new environmental niche, and such hybridizations may even lead to speciation.

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