The view of wild dolphins from the surface is only the tip of the iceberg. Now scientists have access to their lives underwater.
Swiping too fast on Tinder can skew your perceptions of attractiveness, which can make it more difficult to find the right potential mate for you.
The small flake of basalt with weight of 0.16 g was unearthed from a rock shelter called Carpenter's Gap in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Researchers from the University of Sydney have trained Australian monitor lizards to avoid eating deadly cane toads, by feeding them smaller, non-lethal ones. This could help save endangered lizards that have recently suffered catastrophic population declines, following poisonous toad invasions.
The grand, 12th-century temple wrapped in strangling banyan trees in Cambodia was larger than thought, say researchers with the University of Sydney.
Army ants link up to create living bridges use to overcome gaps and obstacles they encounter along forest floors. These structures were thought to be static, but a study featuring time-lapse film has revealed that they are highly dynamic and responsive.
While scientists previously thought full stereo vision in primates only registered visual messages from one eye, a new study revealed “two-eye” cells that respond to inputs from both eyes, like "rat vision."