By Lauren Koenig
Have you ever been asked if you’re more of a night owl or a morning lark? The choice might actually be a trick question. Scientists are learning that many species are going about their day (and night) far differently than once thought.
Mountain lions in Argentina, who typically grab a bite under the cover of darkness, are hunting more during the day and boldly out in the open, according to new research led by Dr. Justine Smith published August 27 in Ecology.
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