Fossils excavated from the fossil-rich Bighorn Basin in Wyoming shed new light on the different physical and behavioral traits of early carnivorous mammals known as hyaenodontids.
Using the natural movements observed in plants, researchers believe they can make tiny robots move with the use of electricity.
A jellyfish-like colony of marine species uses a method similar to jet propulsion to move as a whole.
The octopus is one heck of an intriguing animal, scuttling along the ocean floor or swimming through the deepest, darkest waters with a beautiful, yet alien-like grace. But can you imagine being one? That's a lot of limbs to keep track of all at once, and yet these animals somehow never tangle themselves up. How do they pull it off? A team of researchers from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem think they have the answer.