The ancient village that's older than the wheel, Rome and the Pyramids of Giza speaks volumes on ancient North American history.
Most living species attack – for food, for survival – but they usually do so out of instinct. There’s one tree in the world that doesn’t seem to play by the usual rules: Pisonia grandis.
Habitat distraction is one of the major contributing factors to the decline of the ring-tailed lemurs of Madagascar. Along with bushmeat hunting and illegal capture, the dwindling population of the ring-tailed lemur has raised much concern in the scientific community.
Scientists discover that "dead" corals in an island in the Pacific are starting to get back to life, defying expectations in the once-stunning coral reefs in the region.
In an act of choosing to lose the part but not the whole, a certain type of sea slug severs its back appendage to leave a predator holding the bag--or body part, as it were, according to a new study. Knowledge of how they do this could potentially lead to medical breakthroughs in helping wounds to heal.