Articles by Albert Fuglsang-Madsen, M.Sc. student, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen and the Department of Biotechnology and Biomedicine, Technical University of Denmark.

  • Why are some animals venomous?

    Some animals, such as venomous snakes and insects, can use venom for predation or defense, which is an ability that has been developed through millions of years. And the evolution continues – partly due to an increasing pressure from humans.

Albert Fuglsang-Madsen, M.Sc. student, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen and the Department of Biotechnology and Biomedicine, Technical University of Denmark.

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