Why do some species of birds-of-paradise have such eye-catching plumage?
Male lactation: Fact of fiction? That's the question on today's Moment of Science.
All land vertebrates evolved from fish, and Acanthostega—the fossil of a part-fish, part-amphibious creature—pinpoints how we made the leap from water to earth.
A small crustacean called Daphnia provides evidence that larger eye size yields a reproductive advantage.
Maggots demonstrate how speciation occurs not only because of geographical separation, but also preference.
A paleobiologist makes a discover about a snake fossil—it once had four legs to stand on.
Small seahorse and large seahorse pairs are more successful at reproducing than mid-sized seahorses. Here's why:
Like consciousness, could telepathic abilities be developed throughout the course of human evolution?
When creationists ask for evidence supporting evolution, ask how much time they've got.
Hawkmoths not only have excellent night vision, but they can distinguish between colors in the dark.