Marine mammals don't sleep for a solid 8 hours a night, the way we do.
Mate selection is tricky business. Here's how one amphibian merges two senses to narrow down its options.
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New fossils unearthed in China cast light on the evolution of today's fliers.
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Tube worms eat vile things such as sulfur without complaining, and still manage to survive with flare.
Scientists are devising tiny robots in order to better understand insect flight.
In one study, dogs were able to smell a particular test scent a thousand times better than humans!
The protein myoglobin provides new clues to the evolution of diving in mammals.
Sockeye salmon are sensitive to Earth's magnetic pull. Scientists discovered that salmon use a trick called "geomagnetic imprinting" to find their way home.