Last month we brought you the story of how P-22, the resident mountain lion mascot in LA's Griffith Park, was treated for a severe case of mange brought about by the ingestion of rat poison. New camera trap photos show he's recovering well.
The mountain lion mascot of Los Angeles, Griffith Park's P-22, is sick. And it's all our fault.
Archaea are some of the most abundant and least understood, organisms on the planet. These single-celled creatures weren't even properly discovered until the 1970s, and big questions about them remain unanswered, such as whether other organisms ever eat them.
The predator-prey relationship between frogs and beetles seems like it would be pretty obvious doesn't it? Frog spots beetle, frog stealthily approaches beetle, frog eats beetle. Done, done and done.