Do animals use tools? Dolphins do. They use sponges gripped in their mouth to catch fish.

Long known to be among the smartest members of the animal kingdom, researchers have discovered that dolphins, like people, use tools to help them hunt and capture their food. Researchers studying dolphins in Shark Bay off the coast of Australia, noticed that more than half of the dolphins hunted for food while holding sponges in their mouth. After capturing a sample collection of dolphins to study, they found that dolphins who used sponges to hunt for food had different diet profiles than dolphins who hunted the good old fashioned way (with bows and arrows). Apparently the dolphins prod the ocean floor with the sponge in order to stir up special types of fish. “We were blown away as to how strong the differences between tool users

Splatter blood for blood spatter analysis

Splatter blood for blood spatter analysis First we will let you in on a little secret. When you or your brother or sister do something wrong, your parents have to figure out who did it. To parents this is like a whodunit game and in fact, they have a secret name for it that they have sworn never to reveal to the kids (breaking this rule can result in loss of their official parenting card). It’s called the “which kid do we smack this time” game. And no, they don’t roll dice or draw straws to figure it out the winner. Parents have an eerie, almost superhero-like ability that allows them to scan human faces to determine the guilty party. It worked so well that a long