Hair, feathers and scales evolved from a common ancestor.
If you’re tiny, outnumbered, and have significantly smaller teeth, why compete when you can cleverly adapt instead?
Trypophobia images are popular online.
Scientists sequenced the giraffe genome for the first time ever.
You'd think we would have evolved to not have useless, exploding organs anymore.
Around 3,000 million years ago, something stopped the genetic code from growing.
Maybe our big ol’ brains aren’t so special after all.
Iron-60 isotopes preserve the swan songs of long dead stars.
More than eight in ten people worldwide believe in some form of religion.
The Southern Grasshopper Mouse converts the painful venom into an analgesic.