Did you know that caterpillars are territorial? Learn about the "Tapping Caterpillars" on this Moment of Science.
Have swordtail fish mastered the act of dating? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Have you ever wondered why dogs bark? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Paleontologists in South Africa recently discovered the first complete skeleton of a pre-dinosaur creature called Gorgonopsid, or "Gorgon" for short.
It turns out that in reality turtles are also winners in the marathon race of life. "Death-defying Turtles" on this Moment of Science.
Did you know that snow in some parts of the world can appear colorful? Learn more on this Moment of Science: Rainbow Snow.
Today's Moment of Science is about the damage done to fish ears by very loud man-made sounds.
Learn about the many advantages of butterfly wings on this Moment of Science.
Can you recognize a plant cell? Learn about distinguishing a plant cell from an animal cell, on this Moment of Science.
Do lemmings really follow each other off a cliff to their death? No, but there are mysteries surrounding the rodents. Over the years, there have been many tales of these Arctic rodents voluntarily jumping off cliffs and plummeting into the sea.