We might have domesticated cats, but how are their hunting instincts still impacting the environment?
Why is the gopher tortoise known for saving its neighbor's lives? Today's A Moment of Science explains.
How do birds and small mammals deal with the heat when living in the desert?
Today's episode looks at one of the unique ways animals communicate with each other.
Today's episode uncovers how the ocean floor might not be a lifeless place.
What was our planet like in its infancy?
Some female dragonflies have been observed using unconventional tactics to evade aggressive pursuers.
Where can we find the marks of Zeus's stray lightning?
The assumption for years has been that animal facial expressions aren't related to complex cognitive processing. But research now suggests this may be incorrect.
How are racecar drivers able to stay so stable turning the corners of the racetrack? Besides years of practice, camber angles help out.
We've all heard the old wives's tale to tap your soda before opening it to prevent fizzing over. Is there any truth in this advice?
Today's A Moment of Science looks at some of the amazing qualities of the Ogre-Faced Spider.
We probably all went through a few phases in our teenage years. How do other animals act during their adolescent stages?
What makes this snail the punk rocker of the gastropod world? Learn more with today's A Moment of Science.
There's a lot to be learned from a brain scan. Is it possible for your brain to also show your political beliefs?
Anxiety around phone calls is fairly common. How can we best combat this nervousness?
Does getting work done in coffee shops actually help productivity levels?
Plants might not be as defenseless against predators as they may first appear.
For those of us who dislike winter, hibernating through the whole season doesn't sound too bad. How do Arctic ground squirrels do it?
Climate change is impacting several of our favorite produce. Today, we look into how some grapes are able to fight back.