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From TheJournal.ie What do you mean by 'bird-brain'? Baby ducks can actually learn differences between objects Zoology

What do you mean by 'bird-brain'? Baby ducks can actually learn differences between objects

So ‘bird-brain’ is quite an unfair slur, really.

From TheJournal.ie Fish with protective parents (like Nemo) are more likely to evolve into new species Evolution

Fish with protective parents (like Nemo) are more likely to evolve into new species

Research from Trinity College Dublin has found that egg-guarding habits help boost species diversity.

From TheJournal.ie 'No limitations': Ireland's top women scientists gather to showcase their work Science Soapbox

'No limitations': Ireland's top women scientists gather to showcase their work

A free event happening in Dublin today aims to get more girls and young women interested in the field.

From TheJournal.ie Zoos rethink role as matchmaker for endangered species Breeding

Zoos rethink role as matchmaker for endangered species

Genetic databases, ultrasounds and frozen sperm – expensive, complicated… and it doesn’t always work.

Any escapees? Annual zoo census throws up challenge

How do you tell one penguin from another?

PICS: The cutest one-year-old in Dublin today Dotey This post contains images

PICS: The cutest one-year-old in Dublin today

Kituba the baby gorilla is having a birthday party at Dublin Zoo this weekend.