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.
Stink bugs have gotten a bad rap, but the spined soldier bug variety are great for taking care of garden pests.
Black-bellied flycatchers are more aggressive and, therefore, more successful at staking their turf.
Ever wonder why our freckles seem to multiply with the advent of warmer weather and longer days?
It's impossible for hair to completely change color overnight. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Researchers found that if they bombard fossils with a special type of intense x-ray, they can find the pigment's location.
Did you ever wonder why newborn babies have blue eyes? Or how human beings get the various eye colors we have?
Split ends are a common enough hair complaint, but do you know what precisely is splitting, and how, and why? In order to answer these questions and more, a quick hair anatomy lesson. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
We all thought we knew why chameleons change color, but most of us were probably wrong. Chameleons on today’s Moment of Science.
Why do some creatures have spots and stripes, while others don't?