Few mammals go through menopause, and the Biggs killer whale is one of them.
Really this says more about how strange the category "vegetable" is than about corn itself.
While patterns are largely anecdotal, biologists are trying to get hard data on the health of fish populations post-shutdowns.
The intrepid little cephalonauts will return to Earth in July.
These resilient plants are part of a centuries-long experiment at Michigan State University.
It's surprisingly common for developing animals to listen and adapt to the outside world.
Laughing says, "I'm only play-biting you, not real-biting you."
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?
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