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June 17, 2008


The Human Ear

Amazing Little Ears

Humans detect the direction a sound comes from by comparing the difference in time of arrival, or loudness of the sound, so why is there a difference?

May 23, 2006



Coral–Plant Or Animal?

A coral reef could be said to be both animal and plant.

April 16, 2006




Just as animals are often driven to great lengths, to propagate their species, plants too are driven to reproduce.

December 13, 2004


Smallest Fish

What is the smallest fish? Find out on this Moment of Science.

November 19, 2004


Ant Intrigue

Ants are more interesting than you might think. Learn about them on this Moment of Science.

January 12, 2004


The Royal Jelly

According to legend, King Arthur gained the crown by pulling a sword from a rock. Queen honeybees have an equally enchanting way of ascending to the throne.

January 12, 2004


Beyond the Stinger

Learn about the fascinating lives of bees on this Moment of Science.

December 29, 2003


Fatherless Honeybees

How can male honeybees exist without fathers? Find out on this Moment of Science: "Fatherless Honeybees".

September 27, 2003


Frog Legs

The next time you visit a local pond or river, you might become disturbingly surprised if you start looking for frogs. "Frog Legs" on this Moment of Science.

September 27, 2003


Yucca Flowers and Yucca Moths

The relationships between plants and insects are often intricate and complex. One such relationship is that between the yucca plant and the yucca moth.

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