An arctic plant of the late Pleistocene age, over thirty one thousand years old, is growing again after a long frozen sleep.
This merciless carnivore traps, and then slowly saps the life out of its prey. And despite having a maximum length of 30 cm, it’s a prodigious killer.
To humans, wildfires are often scary and dangerous. If you were a lodgepole pine cone, though, you would be eagerly awaiting the blazing heat of those flames!
Dwarf mistletoe is one of the most destructive parasites in North American forests.
Yucca moths and flowers depend on each other for reproduction.
Some seeds lie dormant as a survival technique: they wait until weather conditions are optimal to make their big debut.
Chocolate production is both an art and a science. Researchers hope to alter chocolate genes to produce sweeter rewards.
On this Moment of Science, find the truth about tomatoes. Fruit or veggie?
If you were a Clark's Nutcracker, your winter food preparations would involve collecting nuts.
Without seeds, how do you think navel oranges are grown?