Featured by Kate Baggaley
This 120-million-year-old bird may have been one of the first to shake its tail feathers
The magpie-sized Yuanchuavis probably wasn’t a strong flyer, but it did dress to impress.
Cyclones can be fatal for seabirds, but not in the way you think
An analysis of puffins and other birds could explain mysterious mass die-offs.
This ancient ‘mothership’ used probing ‘fingers’ to scrape the ocean floor for prey
The newly reported species might have used its giant carapace and fingerlike claws to scour the seafloor.
COVID-19 vaccines don’t cause infertility. Here’s how we know.
Months of evidence show the shots are safe for those who are pregnant or considering pregnancy.
More skunks can do handstands than we thought
Three new species join the “acrobats of the skunk world.”
Breakthrough cases won’t stop vaccines from ending the pandemic
3 questions about how well COVID-19 vaccines work, answered.
Will Pfizer’s FDA approval spell an uptick in COVID vaccination?
Not everyone will be convinced, but the move could sway some fence-sitters.
Here’s where all the COVID-19 vaccine candidates currently stand
Three vaccines have been authorized for use in the United States.
Should we be mixing COVID-19 vaccines for better immunity?
The approach could prompt a powerful immune response, but more research is still needed.
4 important question about COVID booster shots, answered
Many newer lineages of SARS-CoV-2 have various mutations affecting the spike-shaped protein on the surface of the virus.