There are no studies that confirm that marijuana can help treat animals of their illnesses and yet that does not stop some pet owners to try their luck on medical marijuana in a possibility that their sick pets can feel a sense of relief from their predicament, according to various reports.
Warming oceans accelerate Synechococcus' cell division leading to earlier annual bloom.
A new study revealed that human jaw most likely evolved from extinct armored prehistoric fish that dominated the waters over 400 million years ago.
Scientists in Australia were taken by surprise on Thursday when they found bones belonging to a new species of long-necked, herbivorous dinosaur in the north eastern part of the country.
How's life in a town where polar bears passed through on a particular season? Smithsonian Channel's newest offering, "Polar Bear Town" docu-series will bring you to series of these encounters of different people to interesting characters of polar bears that frequents the area.
Paleontologists have identified a new species of medium-sized titanosaur using fossilized bone fragments found in western Queensland, Australia in 2005.
Disgusting as it might be nowadays, but there is a possibility of Europeans back 5,000 years ago eating rodents.
One of the pillars of human technology is the creation of stone tools. However, a new study reveals that human beings are not the only creatures on Earth that could yield this tool. Archeologists in Brazil reveals that bearded capuchin monkeys make these tools too.
"My first bow kill lol. The only good feral tomcat is one with an arrow through its head! Vet of the year award...gladly accepted."
An international team of researchers has discovered a new species of termites in the dry forests of Colombia.
Peru's environmental agency is currently looking into the mysterious deaths of some 10,000 endangered Titicaca frogs in the south of the Peru.
Despite this, it is known to have a strong magnetic sense because it is believed to have tiny chunks of magnetic iron.
The famous animal popularized by a cartoon in the '90s is now back in the limelight. Apparently, the Tasmanian devil's milk might just be the solution to the perennial medical problem of superbugs.
Japanese scientists succesfully grown healthy mouse pups using artificial egg cells.
The gorilla appeared to be "really angry" and was "banging on the cage." His escape resulted in a brief panic among the visitors who were in the area. A lockdown was immediately called as the visitors were ushered in a safe place.