And without it, could I do everything a five-toed human does?
Three recent studies provide a glimpse into nature's most gruesome diet--and what it reveals about evolution.
If only they had developed monkey boats. Tiny little monkey boats! Oh man I wish they had monkey boats.
The caveman diet, barefoot running, co-sleeping: We spend an awful lot of time trying to live like our ancestors. Here's why that logic is wrong.
Sex is like money: The more you think the Joneses have, the worse you feel.
Imagining a world without the father of evolution
Which means the movie about cloning legions of dinosaurs from preserved DNA will be unrealistic.
One of the unexpected parts of not having a sense of smell.
Shorter wings make it easier to take off quickly when a car is coming.
It's a phobia, but other phobias don't give you that same woozy feeling.
DNA testing and marine geology shows how the now-extinct Falkland Islands wolf crossed almost 300 miles of sea.
But it's to protect them!
According to this laboratory study, the desire for a stiff drink could go further back than we think.
A detailed tree of life maps out the evolution of placental mammals--a group that includes whales, bats, and humans--and traces the myriad forms of life to their shared parent.