eggs

octopus nursery

Swarm of 1,000 Octopuses Found At Bottom of the Ocean

Scientists captured rare footage of a massive octopus nursery near Davidson Seamount.
Sarah Emerson
10.29.18
what the cluck

California Has Charged a Farmer Under Its Chicken Cruelty Law for the First Time

Under the law, chickens must be able to stand up, turn around, and spread their wings.
Kaleigh Rogers
2.8.17
Animal

This 66-Year-Old Bird Is Still Having Chicks, Is an Inspiration to Us All

Time to take some notes from Wisdom the albatross.
Samantha Cole
12.11.16
money

How 'Big Egg' Tried to Control Your Mayonnaise

This story has more twists and turns than a mayo jar lid.
Kaleigh Rogers
8.11.16
Canada

This Caterpillar Infestation in Saskatchewan Is the Stuff of Nightmares

They’re wiggling, hairy, and stripey blue.
Emily Senger
6.10.16
politics

Taking This Photo Would Be Illegal in Utah

Ag gag laws make it illegal to go undercover in factory farms, like the Humane Society did at this egg farm in Maine.
Kaleigh Rogers
6.7.16
nature

Watch These Adorable Chicks Hatch Sans Eggshell

These high schoolers have a front row seat to embryonic development, from fertilization to hatching.
Becky Ferreira
6.7.16
Contraception

'Sticky Beads' That Trap Sperm Could Be a New Form of Birth Control

The “sperm traps” could also help with infertility.
Amy Thompson
4.27.16
News

The First Test Tube Puppies Have Been Born

After decades of research and attempted trials, in-vitro fertilization (IVF) had been carried out successfully in a dog for the first time.
Matthew Braga
12.9.15
Reptiles

Zookeepers Jedi Mind Tricked This Adorable Baby Tortoise to Get It to Hatch

Spider tortoise eggs are laid in a developmental stasis, so they need to be triggered into growing.
Kaleigh Rogers
5.26.15
nature

Researchers Tried to Fool Birds into Looking After 3D-Printed Eggs

They're studying how birds identify and reject eggs that aren’t their own.
Emiko Jozuka
5.26.15
Trippy

The Great Tinamou Lays the Fanciest Eggs in the Bird World

The eggs laid by the great tinamou are smooth and shiny, and now we have an idea why.
Jordan Pearson
12.11.14
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