Tiffany Dazet, LabRoots

Tiffany Dazet


Washington, United States

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Past articles by Tiffany:

Celebrating National Pet Day

Sunday, April 11, is National Pet Day! From pandemic companions to viral videos, pets are a huge part of our lives. Even if you don’t have a pet, you | Plants And Animals → Read More

Speedbumps Reduce Endangered Red Colobus Deaths

The endangered Zanzibar red colobus is a rare primate that lives only in the Zanzibar archipelago. New research from Bangor University primatologists, nati | Plants And Animals → Read More

Scientists Discover a Crab-Dissolving Parasite

Parasites abound throughout the natural world. While not all of them cause the host's death, this newly discovered parasitic ciliate dissolves and dest | Plants And Animals → Read More

Flavanol-rich Foods Protect Heart from Stress

Drinking hot cocoa is comforting on cold winter nights, and new research from the University of Birmingham shows that it may also protect the heart during | Health And Medicine → Read More

A Massive 17-Year Cicada Swarm will Emerge Soon

The east coast is preparing for one of nature’s greatest spectacles. A gigantic swarm of periodical cicadas is due to emerge from underground for the | Plants And Animals → Read More

Studies Confirm that Bottlenose Dolphins Vocalize to Synchronize Behaviors

The ability to communicate with one another to coordinate behaviors contributes to the success of social mammals, like bottlenose dolphins. According to a | Plants And Animals → Read More

Iconic Bald Eagles are Thriving

Once dangerously on the brink of extinction, bald eagle populations are thriving throughout the lower 48 states of the U.S. According to U.S. Fish and Wild | Earth And The Environment → Read More

Sea Slug Shows Extreme Case of Regeneration

Some of the most interesting—and possibly strangest—scientific discoveries happen by accident. According to the New York Times, Sayaka Mitoh, a | Plants And Animals → Read More

Scientists Heal Diseased Corals

The world's coral reefs face numerous threats, including climate change, pollution, and habitat loss. Since 2014, an aggressive disease has plagued the | Plants And Animals → Read More

Texas Freeze Caused Historic Sea Turtle Stranding Event

In addition to the millions of humans who suffered through Texas' historic freeze last week, local wildlife also experienced life-threatening challenge | Plants And Animals → Read More

Western Monarch Migration Near Extinction

Earlier this week, the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation reported that the western monarch butterfly population that overwinters along the Calif | Plants And Animals → Read More

Gray Whale Population Declines by 24%

The gray whale population along the east coast of the Pacific Ocean has undergone a significant decline. Earlier this week, the Fisheries Division of the N | Plants And Animals → Read More

San Diego Zoo's Gorillas Positive for COVID-19

Earlier this week, the Associated Press reported that several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park tested positive for COVID-19. According to the AP, | Plants And Animals → Read More

Dwarf Giraffes Observed for the First Time Ever

The name “dwarf giraffe” certainly seems like an oxymoron, which is why scientists were shocked to observe them in the wild. In a quote to the | Plants And Animals → Read More

The Surprising Way Honeybees Protect Hives from Hornets

"Murder hornets," more commonly known as giant hornets, might be new to North America, but in their native range, they've always been feared | Plants And Animals → Read More

3M Helps Solve Polar Bear Tracking Problem

As climate change continues to alter the Arctic landscape, polar bear research becomes more urgent. Observing animals in a land of sea ice, snow, and perma | Plants And Animals → Read More

This Bat Species Uses Masks for Mating

From pandemic precautions to televised talent shows, masks are having a moment. Even this bizarre bat species has a built-in "face mask," which i | Plants And Animals → Read More

Measles Cases and Deaths Surge Worldwide

Today, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a statement about surging measles cases w | Health And Medicine → Read More

Scientists Rediscover "Lost" Chameleon Species in Madagascar

Voeltzkow’s chameleon was recently rediscovered after disappearing for more than 100 years. According to an article from Forbes, this particular cham | Plants And Animals → Read More

Meet the World's First Cloned Przewalski's Horse

Say “hello!” to Kurt, a two-month-old Przewalski’s horse that has made scientific history as the world’s first successfully cloned | Plants And Animals → Read More