Water samples from the Greek oracle at Delphi show traces of ethylene, a gas that can induce trance-like states.
The oxpecker and the rhino make quite the odd couple but they need each other.
Pre-verbal babies are able to make mental comparisons.
A new study gives new meaning to the phrase "nod of approval", and shows that nodding makes your more confident.
Opahs, the only warm blooded fish species, are cold-blooded killers.
Though unremarkable in size, the asteroid Vesta has an inner glow sure to catch your eye.
Dogs acquired their bark during the domestication process from wolves to man's best friend.
The pyrosome proves reality is stranger than (science) fiction: This deep-sea creature is a glowing tube made up of tiny clones called zooids.
A hybrid car pairs an electric engine for accelerating with a small, gasoline engine for coasting.
Visually impaired humans can develop the ability to navigate their surroundings using echolocation, like bats and dolphins.