Only five species on Earth have been observed pretending to be dead to survive.
One theories suggests there may be more to spicy foods than added flavor.
If you cut down an oak tree, the stump dies. But if you cut grass, you don't hurt it at all. That's because new growth on an oak tree is at the tips of the branches; new growth in grass happens at...
Scientists are researching ways to reproduce structural colors like those found on peacock feathers.
Frogs are fairy-tale creatures in their own right.
It's a gas! Air consists of nitrogen and oxygen and lots of empty space.
The oldest archaeological sites showing tar use are about 200,000 years old.
Plants have evolved complex methods to ensure their survival.
A recent study found evidence that an ankylosaur coloring was similar to the protective coloration we see in modern animals.
Scientists studied families where one sibling was illiterate and another was literate to investigate reading's effects.
Ever wonder about not having enough air to breath? "Whatever Gets you Through the Night" on today's Moment of Science.
Sockeye salmon are sensitive to Earth's magnetic pull. Scientists discovered that salmon use a trick called "geomagnetic imprinting" to find their way home.
How do animals adapt and evolve due to industrial pollution?
Sir Isaac Newton experimented frequently to understand why prisms display a rainbow.
Goldfish can survive up to five months in oxygen-less water at the bottom of frozen ponds by turning lactic acid into alcohol-ethanol.
In the Western World, silent reading has only been around for approximately a thousand years.
Due to a secret ingredient, ancient Roman concrete is the world’s most durable and resilient concrete ever created.
Ants are responsible for removing more than half of the waste on rainforest floors.
The next complete lunar eclipse visible in Indiana is on January 31, 2018.
Typing may be influencing how you perceive different words.