353 Results From "Foraging"

ADHD may have evolved to give us foraging superpowers
Science

ADHD may have evolved to give us foraging superpowers

A Heliconius butterfly with black, orange, and white on its wings.
Environment

Butterflies can remember specific flower foraging routes

The silhouette of a female hunter with a bow and arrow at sunrise.
Science

Women have been skillful, purposeful hunters in most foraging societies

Young gorilla eating plant leaves in tree
Technology

Zoo’s bird-feeder-like device encourages gorillas to forage for snacks

a young male chimp eating in a tree
Science

Foraging in trees might have pushed human ancestors to walk on two feet

clear glass kettle with tea
DIY

4 easy-to-forage plants you can harvest to make your own tea

mushrooms growing in the wild
DIY

How to forage your way through your neighborhood

a black and white orca whale leaps out of the ocean while hunting a sea lion. another whale is surfacing near by.
Environment

How crafty orca whales hunt near submarine canyons

A fuzzy yellow and black bumblebee foraging on a green plant.
Environment

Bumblebees carbo-load on the fly

Artist impression of the stem pinniped Potamotherium valletoni swimming in his natural, freshwater environment. Grasses and plants grow below the animal, that has whiskers, legs, and flippers.
Environment

Hungry seals may have begun following their whiskers 23 million years ago

a seagull stands on a post by a large and sparkling body of blue water
Environment

Bigger-brained gull species thrive in urban spaces

An adult male and adult female California sea lion sit on a beach surrounded by pups.
Environment

Male California sea lions have gotten bigger and better at fighting

Three feral hogs in grass. One is black and standing while grazing. The middle is gray and sitting. The third is brown and also sitting.
Environment

Wild ‘super pigs’ from Canada could become a new front in the war on feral hogs

There are thousands of holes at the bottom of the sea
Environment

There are thousands of holes at the bottom of the sea

Our long childhoods could be linked to food-gathering skills
Science

Our long childhoods could be linked to food-gathering skills

rock art depicting a human hunting various animals
Science

How sweat and stamina helped make humans exceptional runners–and hunters

Shelled and unshelled hazlenuts on a wooden table.
Science

Humans have been eating hazelnuts for at least 6,000 years

a marine biologist and an actor fist bump while sitting on a dive boat in the ocean
Animals

Actor Anthony Mackie and marine biologist Jasmin Graham talk sharks

a fuzzy bumblebee settles on a pink flower
Science

Bees can sense a flower’s electric field—unless fertilizer messes with the buzz

A young orangutan in a tree.
Environment

Why do humans talk? Tree-dwelling orangutans might hold the answer.