If you think the Clones on Star Wars were a threat, just wait until you hear about Asian clams.
Cockroaches running at full speed rear up on their hind legs.
I find it interesting that many animals, like sheep, zebras, fish, and birds, tend to congregate and move around in flocks. What's the science behind flocking?
Each year, three million people have their eye lenses replaced with plastic ones. Artificial lenses are fine, but what if people could regrow their own?
The calypso orchid is one of the most eye catching little flowers you'll see on forest floors across the Northern United States, Canada, and Europe.
Cheetahs have survived devastating climate change and a resulting genetic bottleneck.
You've heard the expression "to heave your guts" used to refer to vomiting. In the case of frogs and toads, "heaving your guts" can have a literal connotation.
The same compounds that make people cry when slicing into an onion may also make them a healthy choice.
Ever wondered why we humans don't have spots or stripes? Well, maybe you haven't, but it is interesting that so many creatures are multicolored but we are not.
One common misconception people have regarding evolution is that the gradual changing of physical forms always benefits the species in question.