Geology: Quake linked to drilling

delicata, pictured) burst from their eggs and, in one fluid motion, sprint about 40 centimetres and dive for cover. Sean Doody and Phillip Paull at Monash University in Clayton, Australia, poked, pinched and dropped skink eggs to simulate predator attacks. The duo found that threatened embryos escape their eggs several days earlier than unperturbed siblings… CONTINUE READING