Japan scientists have bred a type of salmon through surrogate parents from different species.
A new genetic study shows evidence of a gene link between Indians and Australian aborigines more than 4,000 years ago.
A new system can help in identifying some feature of unknown people who died long ago, claims a new study.
Fish do not feel pain, as they lack the necessary brain system and sensory receptors.
A new study sheds light on the migratory routes of European eels.
The wrinkles that we get on our fingers as a result of a long soak in water can serve the purpose of holding wet objects better.
A new species of flying frog has been discovered in the forests of southern Vietnam.
Embryonic sharks can sense electric fields generated by predators and lay still in their egg cases without any movements, reveals a new study.
A new study has found that emerald cockroach wasp larvae secrete an antimicrobial liquid to prevent their food from spoiling.
A new study reveals how some fossil birds evolved teeth for a specialized diet.
Researchers from Oxford University have restored the eyesight of blind mice by injecting light-sensing cells into their eyes.
Scientists analyzing a museum specimen of western long-beaked echidna have found evidence suggesting that the mammal has lived for many more years in Australia than it was previously thought.
Bonobos prefer to share food with strangers before sharing with an animal they know well, finds a new study.
Scientists have found an old gourd with what they believe to be blood stains of French king Louis XVI who was killed in 1793, reports BBC.