Scientists Create First Monkey-Human Embryo in a Lab, Resulting in Ethical Uproar
Scientists injected dozens of human stem cells into the embryos of monkeys that are still developing, and the resulting hybrids remained alive for up to 20 days in lab dishes
Prehistoric Pet Dog Buried 6,000 Years Ago is the Earliest Proof of Domestication
It pushes past estimates back by around 1,000 years. Archaeologists have found 6,000-year-old bones from a pet dog nearby the human remnants of its keeper at a burial site in Saudi Arabia.
Meet India's 'Mango Man' Who Grew a Tree With 300 Flavors
This magical mango tree grows over 300 varieties of fruit, the Crossbred Rose Bush Inspired Kalimullah Khan who is 80 years old, also known as the "Mango Man"
African Bush Viper: San Diego Zoo Employee Bitten by Venomous Snake With No Cure
According to zoo officials, a venomous snake bit a worker at the San Diego Zoo on Monday. The spokesperson of the zoo said the wildlife care specialist was instantly conveyed to a hospital for a check-up and medical care
5 Ridiculous Myths About Animals That We Need to Stop Believing This 2021
Most animals are misunderstood, tortured by fallacies about their behaviors and traits. Some falsehoods are centered on old legends. Others outcome of distortions, exaggerations, misunderstandings, and even intentional fabrications put together by self-serving humans.
Mom & Baby Giraffe Rescued in Months-long Operation After Being Trapped on a Sinking Island
Ngarikoni and baby Noelle were the remaining out of nine giraffes to be saved, Save Giraffes Now (SGN), an American nonprofit organization collaborated with conservationists in Kenya to relocate the giraffes.
Saudi Arabia to Plant 50 Billion Trees to Reduce Carbon Emissions by 60% in 2030
The target will need great investments in solar technologies, scientists warn, as less than 1% of the energy of oil-producing nation emerges from renewables
Population of Endangered Rhinos in Nepal Has Grown by 16% Thanks to Anti-Poaching Measures
This year the third country has announced some good news for rhinos. Populations of the endangered rhinoceros with one horn in Nepal have increased by 16% over the past six years.
Long-necked Dinosaurs Journeyed for Hundreds of Miles, Based on Their Stomach Stones
These stones were conveyed over 600 miles in the 'belly of a dinosaur.' A new study discovered that during the Mesozoic Era, dinosaurs with long necks migrated hundreds of miles across what is now called the American Midwest
Just the Thought of You Petting Other Dogs Can Make Your Furry Friend Jealous
Some forces on Earth are as pure as a dog's love for its keeper. Wolves' domestication changed later generations of dogs, changing them from hostile predators into a bunch of human-loving joy (except Prancer)
Unwanted Guest: California Struggles With an Invasive Specie of Exotic Crabs
Similar to house guests overstaying their welcome, exotic crabs have been almost impossible to eject out of California, invaders are entering California by sea, by land, and by FedEx.
Developing Bigger Brains Gave Squirrels a Better Chance at Survival in the Wild
Study suggests that squirrels and other arboreal rodents developed to have bigger brains compared to their burrowing cousins
Animals Cut Open Without Anesthesia: Leaked Footage Shows Brutal Animal Testing at Spanish Lab
Regional officials in Spain, for the time being, have discontinued all activity at an animal testing facility after the release of secret footage that appears to reveal animals being smacked, taunted, tossed around, and cut open with no or insufficient anesthesia
Scientists Create Music Out of Spiderwebs' Frequencies Using 3D Maps
Spiders depend quite importantly on touch to sense the world surrounding them, each strand of a web makes a contrasting tone. Their bodies and legs are enclosed in tiny hairs and slits that can differentiate between dissimilar kinds of vibrations