Scientists studying lab mice have discovered that this little rodent has something in common with people—particularly when males are looking for a date. Meanwhile, in the country of Chile, scientists have uncovered that the little furry degu has eyes that perceive what people would never see. Ground squirrels can communicate with each other very loudly, but sometimes they whisper . . . what are they saying? Then learn how the bizarre-looking star-nose mole uses its nose underwater in a way scientists never believed possible. Finally, learn what the tiny (but very loud) sac-winged bat has in common with people, especially with babies. Can you guess what it is? Prepare to enter the world of animal secrets!
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