Featured by Anna Brooks
These animals will self-amputate arms, legs, and even sex organs to survive
And for other weird reasons, too.
Here are 10 plants and animals that might have gone extinct without the Endangered Species Act
The administration has proposed changes to the popular law.
Supercharged blood helps some dolphins dive 1,000 meters
They also might be better equipped to adapt to climate change.
Can we really ever know if animals are happy?
Tail wags, rat giggles, and horse snorts.
Here’s where Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh lands on big science issues
His rulings in six previous cases can give us some idea.
How (and why) to teach a polar bear to walk on a treadmill
What it takes to find food in the rapidly melting Arctic.
A heat wave made this bridge too swole to function
Climate change can pose some unexpected challenges to infrastructure.
Can your smartphone stop you from getting hit by a car?
Scientists say, probably not.
Why it would have been impossible for a T. rex to stick out its tongue
Everything we thought we knew about dinosaur tongues is wrong.
Koko, the beloved gorilla who communicated through sign-language, dies at age 46
Remembering, as Koko once put it, a 'fine-gorilla-person.'