Sticky Business: Tree Frogs Hang Tight But How?

Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - 19:21 in Biology & Nature

Like wall-hugging geckos, tree frogs are capable of gravity-defying feats of the feet. But new research shows that the two species cling to surfaces in markedly different ways. [More]

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