Photo courtesy U of T Scarborough

Where Do You Go, My Lovelies?

Fred and Norah Urquhart’s lifelong quest for the hidden kingdom of the Monarch butterfly

Dinosaur’s “Duck Bill” Not Linked to Sense of Smell

PhD student reconstructs the brain and nasal cavity of the lambeosaur

Dangerous Liaisons

Zoologist Maydianne Andrade makes an intriguing discovery about the bizarre mating habits of redback spiders

When Animals Worry

Chronic stress affects reproduction and survival levels

Animal Instincts

The evolution of zoology. From an ex-minister who denounced Darwin to today’s research juggernaut, zoology at U of T has come a long way in 150 years. And just look where it’s going now

Love Changes All

Battles of the sexes are common in the animal world, especially when it comes to mating

Why Bees Leave Home

Foraging and food-gathering may be genetically encoded into honeybees’ brains

Speedy Little Old Fossil

Oldest known fossil of a two-footed, running creature

Stamp of Honour

A.G. Huntsman Award will be given to an outstanding zoology graduate student

Tag: Department of Zoology