The skull of an extinct relative hints it lacked key features of modern bird brains.
Soaring temperatures could cause droughts and floods in stressed-out areas.
Fewer women are having children, and for the most part that's a good thing.
The findings reveal more about how light warps around black holes.
The remains were perhaps left by sponges that died nearly 900 million years ago, but much remains uncertain.
Indoor masking for vaccinated people is back, but depends on your area.
You can love your pets and the planet at the same time.
Many newer lineages of SARS-CoV-2 have various mutations affecting the spike-shaped protein on the surface of the virus.
Few mammals go through menopause, and the Biggs killer whale is one of them.
It may be the closest thing humans have to a fountain of youth.
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