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Nature is awesome; we all know this. Take these pictures of a crocodile devouring a zebra whole in the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. Yeah, they're not something you'd show your four-year-old nephew, but they're fascinating. As you can see, at one point the giant crocodile has to fight off his mate to ensure he gets the most meat. Credit: Barcroft. Photographer Subramanian Sridharan managed to take the incredible pictures, and said that he just had to accept nature taking its course.
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Zebra danios Danio rerio are nearly impossible to sex when they are young. Once these fish mature, though, differentiating male from female is not particularly difficult. Because they are a social species, you should keep them in small groups, which happens to makes sexing easier -- unless they are all the same gender -- since you can compare fish with one another. Examine the shapes of danios through the glass.
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The mate choice is likely the result of males 'imprinting' on their fathers, researchers say. Male zebra finches prefer to form lifelong pair bonds with other males if they're raised by their dad alone, new research shows. This mate choice is likely the result of males "imprinting" on their fathers, researchers say. Zebra finches are socially monogamous , meaning that each bird pairs up with a single mating partner for the rest of its life.
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