Jerry Coyne saw more than cuteness in the miniature chameleons (he saw lizard genitalia), but not the conservation aspect.
Jacqueline Gill looks at how a plant grew after tens of thousands of years in a deep freeze. Impressive, but I am not so sure it is ecologically relevant.
The Annals of Improbably Research asks what else bears do in the woods, which concerns research I also covered.
Drugmonkey argues that co-first authorship is a sham.