Scientists sequenced the giraffe genome for the first time ever.
The phenomenon is one of the biggest skull scratchers in evolutionary biology.
Inside the bizarre ‘ampullae of Lorenzini’ that sharks, skates, and rays use to track their prey.
Amateurs are scoring insane shots that naturalists once had to wait decades for.
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Many animals and plants still contain so much radioactivity they are unsafe for human consumption.
Earlier this week, Inky, a famous and beloved octopus, escaped from his home at the National Aquarium in New Zealand.
Citizen scientists are helping to fill a research gap caused by decades of turmoil.
The eggs monitor temperature, humidity, and other components of incubation so they can be replicated.
Plucked off trees and sent to market, the endangered primate faces a highly uncertain future.