The oxpecker and the rhino make quite the odd couple but they need each other.
Water samples from the Greek oracle at Delphi show traces of ethylene, a gas that can induce trance-like states.
The human brain is a FOLDer of information.
According to a recent study, anxiety and depression do not make you more susceptible to the common cold.
Chimps evolved a taste for alcohol to get extra calories and, as it so happens, to get drunk.
The more variety in a given meal, the more food you consume.
As temperatures rise due to global warming, leafhoppers are spreading their campaign of terror on plants.
During migration, birds' digestive system partially shuts down to conserve energy for flight.
Scientists think they know why some ants get the job done while others kick back and watch them work.
For many women, growing older means growing a few whiskers.
Europa, Jupiter's moon, has water that may support life. The only problem is it's buried under a thick layer of ice.
Lady quails don't go for the prize fighter; they prefer less aggressive males.
Increased consumer choice decreases your level of satisfaction.
An ecological niche is not the space occupied by a species but the set of conditions required for its survival.
Genetic analysis of ancient remains can uncover buried facts about our cultural evolution, like why we drink milk.
The Columbia space shuttle disintegrated while re-entering Earth's atmosphere due to damage caused from its launch. Here's why it went up but didn't come down.
Leporiphobia is the fear of rabbits. It's a real thing and it's entirely justified.
Salt absorbs water vapor from surrounding air and sometimes partially liquifies and clumps together in the process.