Colonies of penguins that live in Antarctica create hotbeds of diversity by doing something that all animals do: pooping.
Researchers found that when penguins poop, they enrich the soil in and around the colony, creating the perfect environment for mosses and lichens to grow.
Entomologists from North Carolina State University ran a study that found we share our houses with more than 500 kinds of arthropods.
Entomologists from North Carolina State University discovered we share our houses with hundreds of different arthropod species.
Are indoor allergies getting you down? The cause may gross you out!
Your face might be home to a group of tiny creatures! These organisms, called demodicids, or eyelash mites, live on the bodies of even the cleanest of people.