Editor’s Selections: Sexy Giraffes, Not-so-sexy Bull Sharks, Yuccas Yield, and, well, What’s That on Your Head There?September 16th, 2010 Editor's Selections 10 Comments
Jarrett Byrnes focuses on posts in ecology, environmental sciences, and evolution. He blogs at I’m a chordata, urochordata!
- Are the long-necks of giraffes evolutionary evidence that they are mere slaves to fashion?
- While one may think that bull-sharks are virile, masculine, testosterone-filled animals (I mean, Bull Shark – damn!), it really isn’t true. And, even if you did find a fine speciemin, eating their cartilage won’t confer any of their virility to you. Sorry! Myth debunked.
- How to keep your ant mutualist in line? You could try classic passive-agression, or, just let them hoist themselves by their own pitard every once in a while.
- MacWhelk, MacWhelk, MacWhelk! Beware, for fair is foul, and anti-fouling is…penis-head inducing.