Fruit flies are unbelievably quick and agile: They can steer out of harm's way in under seven milliseconds!
Ever wonder if fruit flies sleep? Find out on today's A Moment of Science.
Flies are small, but in some cases, their sense of hearing is absolutely amazing.
Losing the ability to form memories can free up the brain to focus on survival.
Scientists are devising tiny robots in order to better understand insect flight.
Scientists found that nearly identical genes play key roles in the formation of the eyes in mammals and fruit flies.
Botflies are parasites that deposit larvae inside the noses of their hosts, including reindeer. To adapt, the deer learn elaborate behaviors to avoid the flies.
When many spiders capture a fly, they don't eat it right away. Instead, they poison the fly and wrap it in silk.
One of the most impressive feats of muscular coordination in nature is the very common instance of a frog darting out its tongue in order to catch a fly.
When you think about sexually transmitted diseases, I'm willing to bet a housefly isn't a thought. Flies can catch a fungus called Entomophthora muscae.