Being indiscriminate killers isn't one of them.
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Those anti-cull demonstrators were right actually.
And it's not because we're heading to a reptile uprising.
They're cute, they're fuzzy, and their surprisingly deep, dulcet tones are key to gettin' it on.
At least, that's what an animal study out of Emory University dares to suggest.
Countries trapped six times more fish than they reported to the UN.
Understanding dialects and regional quirks is fascinating.
Seahorses are slow swimmers, so how do they eat?
As soon as 1 billion years from now, life will begin its final decline on Earth. This is what it will look like when the planet finally dies.
The fear of pain is actually worse than the pain itself.
"Within this fireball was all of space."
Following nature's lead, scientists think they've made the most waterproof fabric ever.
New modeling processes are getting closer to tracking transmission sequences.
Researchers plan to set up a digital database of dinosaur bones that can be studied by paleontologists worldwide
The overwhelming majority of DIY biologists are working on harmless experiments.
As our climate continues to change, the fate of the Amazon rainforest remains uncertain.
A British researcher traced the roots of "Little Red Riding Hood" as if it were a biological organism.
The next step is putting such a powerful tool to use.
Researchers find evidence of 3.5 billion year-old life on rocks in Australia.
It's always cool when engineers mimic the biological world.
It's built out of DNA and proteins and could be a way of speeding up chemical reactions.
A pair of alleged political poisonings made headlines for finally, possibly being true.