A spot in the Atlantic Ocean seems to house baby green turtles as they mature.
Plants have their cycles, too—and knowing them could bring down how much water, fertilizer, and herbicide we use.
Is that a pheromone gland or are you just happy to see me?
Harsh conditions may have led to this surprising evolutionary trait.
These insects can go through intense but reversible bodily changes.
The last recorded sighting of a wild elk in the Mountain State was in 1875.
It’s more complicated than you think.
This new smart screen watches you sleep without using a camera.
Lampreys were thought of as models of early vertebrate evolution, but new evidence suggests otherwise.
Serendipitously, scientists have discovered a way that frogs have evolved to hear the calls of their own species more clearly.
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