How does diet impact social life? It turns out vegetarian birds of a feather really do flock together.
While anger can lead to aggression for some, it doesn't in everyone. This difference comes down to emotional differentiation.
Over a relatively short period of 6,000 years, dogs got larger on average. This change didn't come down to simple chance.
Learn more about why the spots that give the rainbow weevil its name with today's A Moment of Science!
A dinosaur's nose was surprisingly useful, especially when it needed to cool down.
We think of dogs as man's best friend, but why does this relationship exist?
Moths' main predators rely on echolocation, so they've adopted their own acoustic camouflage to avoid becoming prey.
There's no air or drinkable water on the Moon, but at least the temperature would be pretty comfortable.
A rare genetic mutation means some can feel little to no pain. Learn more about it with today's A Moment of Science.
With shifting global temperatures, many environments will change. Not all animals will be able to adapt quickly.
The idea of corvids stealing shiny things isn't that true to reality.
Solar power is a helpful alternative to fossil fuels, with the drawback of not collecting power at night. There may be a new way to conquer this limitation.
As popularized in science fiction, warp capabilities could greatly reduce travel times. What would make this possible?
There’s something different about the dark side of the Moon, and it’s not just that we can’t see it from the Earth.
Sometimes a faint glow can occur around your shadow. Where does this come from?
If a pollinator visits flowers from different species, how do plants make sure their pollen gets to a flower of the same species, a crucial step in making seeds?
We've loved cats for thousands of years, but how did this relationship begin?
Did you know you can walk from the U.S. to Russia in only 2.5 miles?
Why would it be unique for a fruit to grow on a tree? Learn more about the jabuticaba with today's A Moment of Science!
These beetles are a favorite snack among foxes, but is their diet always so simple?