In most showdowns between spiders and flies, the odds weigh heavily in the spider’s favor. Today, however, we’ll look at a few species of fly that manage to turn the tables on their eight legged foes.
According to a study by scientists at McGill University, areas with more prey have more predators overall than areas with relatively sparse prey. However, an abundance of prey does not result in as many predators as might seem likely.
The megalodon’s bite force was almost 41,000 pounds.
Superb Fairy-wrens can understand the alarm calls of other bird species.
Meet The Dusty Dottyback. It looks cute, but its ability to change its appearance makes it a fierce aquatic predator.
Let's discuss a phenomenon known as batesian mimicry and its contribution to the development of evolutionary theory.
If honeybees in China were to become characters in a superhero comic book, they might be called Great Balls of Fire.
I find it interesting that many animals, like sheep, zebras, fish, and birds, tend to congregate and move around in flocks. What's the science behind flocking?
With their echolocating abilities and fast sensory-motor reactions, bats are amazingly quick on the uptake.
Seals eavesdrop on killer whales to distinguish the harmless fish-only eaters from the seal-eating kind.