Azhdarchid pterosaurs are also the largest ever flying vertebrates.
Organic fertilizer performed better than its industrial counterparts in fighting harmful pathogens.
Happy screams were easier to pick out than those of fear or pain.
There may be much more coral diversity out there than previously thought.
These insects can go through intense but reversible bodily changes.
The lab-raised insects are expected to pass on a gene that kills disease-transmitting females—but some experts are dubious.
Salt is being pushed into new places, and there could be consequences for our health and the environment.
We've only studied the effects of climate change for around one percent of all mammals.
And should colonists on Mars be allowed to eat each other?
Making your happy hour a happy one for the planet is surprisingly simple.
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