Certain species of male moths use toxins to protect themselves during sex.
As if ordinary mistletoe didn't already spell trouble for trees, its cousin the dwarf mistletoe is a huge problem. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
We explain some of the ways you can better assess statistical risks.
Scientists are studying the intelligence and emotional lives of freshwater fish.
There can be big variations in the temperature based on height and distance from the ground.
The way some people make judgments in social situations may be based upon what constitutes normal eye contact.
Scientists researched whether people found scientists that were perceived attractive more or less credible.
Humans gathering rice, wheat, and barley affected the plants' evolution.
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Cats and other nocturnal animals have a part of their eye called the tapetum lucidum.
Why does the consistency of an egg change from liquid to more or less solid as it cooks?
Your animal of the day is the gopher tortoise, a reptile known for saving its neighbors' lives.
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Today, we have an experiment that uses multiple mirrors, so you can see how you appear to other people.
Losing a couple hours of sleep each night adds up to major sleep deprivation.
Humans aren't the only animals that can alter landscapes.
When astronauts orbit the earth, they're still subject to gravity, but they're moving sideways so quickly that even though they're being pulled towards the earth, they're not getting any closer to...
During spring and fall turnovers, all the water in a freshwater lake is the same temperature.
Scientists are still trying to figure out why humans and other organisms need to sleep.