Even global nuclear war couldn't wipe out this powerful strain of bacteria!
How do you fight snack cravings? Distract yourself from food distractions.
Birds of a feather steal together (and suspiciously hide food from one another).
Scientists date an Indonesian cave painting to 40,000 years old—shaking up previous ideas about art's origins and migration.
Scientists uncover the secret to geckos' gravity defying mobility: hairy feet.
Scientists trick the brain into attributing signals from its own body to an invisible "ghostly" presence.
Yucca moths and flowers depend on each other for reproduction.
In addition to hearing your voice, babies also rely on non-verbal communication to learn how to talk.
Plants communicate with each other, but keep it close to home.
Double-jointedness is a myth. Though you might be able to stretch your muscles twice as far as others, you owe it to a single, extra-flexible joint.