You have heard of them before and you know exactly what they are capable of. Only this time around they are more dangerous, gritty and deadly. A team of homosapiens are deployed as prey against an overwhelming threat. Unknown of what place they are in and why such motley crew have been assembled, it does not take much to sense of the lurking predators and notice the sky contains a few too many moons.
In a new research, a team of scientists has found that marine predators hunting randomly spaced prey do not themselves move randomly, in order to hunt efficiently, thus following a French mathematician’s theory.
In a new research, scientists have determined that turtles can act like chameleons, by matching the color of their skin and shells to the color of their habitat’s substrate, which helps them to deceive predators and prey alike.