Right now in certain parts of California and other parts of the world, thousands of greenish-brown spheres - looking like oversized seeds - are falling from trees, only to seemingly jump on their own to more suitable ground.
If, on what must have been a very lazy afternoon, your mind has turned to wondering how some blind worms can tell the difference between their own species and another, your answer is finally here! The truth is, they can't - an honest mistake that can prove deadly according to a recent study.
Light pollution is not just bad for the environment, but it also throws off the reproduction cycle in nocturnal lemurs, according to a new study.
Researchers are closer than ever before to understanding how plants reproduce, finally determining how a single pollen grain is able to produce twin sperm cells necessary for double fertilization.
Boys are 14 percent more likely to be born premature than girls, and they are more susceptible to disease and experience disabilities, according to six global studies on newborns to be published Friday in the journal Pediatric Research. Common disabilities include learning disorders and cerebral palsy.
Infertility in women may be tied to the immune system based on a new study published in the American Journal of Human Biology.
Turtles delay laying their eggs until they find a safe environment, reveals a new study.
Monogamous owl monkeys produce 25 percent more children than those having more than one partner.