Jack J. Lee

All Stories by Jack J. Lee

  1. Animals

    Dolphins can learn from their peers how to use shells as tools

    Some bottlenose dolphins seem to look to their peers, rather than mom, to learn how to trap prey in shells.

  2. Fossils

    Early dinosaurs may have laid soft-shelled eggs

    Scientists for the first time have turned up evidence of fossils from soft-shelled dinosaur eggs. This has scientists rethinking how dinosaur eggs evolved.

  3. Ecosystems

    Newfound desert soil community lives on sips of fog

    Lichens and other fungi and algae team up to form a 'grit-crust' on the parched soil of Chile’s Atacama Desert. Those species slake their thirst with moisture from coastal fog.