Few hours after observing its behavior, they noticed the shark started to act as if it was "intoxicated."
A new study from the University of Zurich revealed that the honest behavior of humans can be influenced by a simple, non-invasive brain stimulation, making them less likely to cheat.
The clip, entitled "It Got Grandma" has racked up hundreds of thousands of views just hours after it was uploaded on Youtube.
New type of wearable artificially intelligent system capable of predicting whether the a conversation is happy, sad or neutral.
A new research shows that sick mice avoid spreading diseases by isolating themselves away from their social group.
A new study revealed that men tend to focused on their interest and be oblivious of their attractiveness in online dating sites while women tend to focus more on their attractiveness.
With penises as long as their bodies, successful mating for these beetles lies on the penile stiffness.
A new study shows that listening to sad music can bring either pleasurable sadness or strong negative feelings to a person.
Some people call these colorful spiders "kittens with too many legs" because of the mammalian characteristics they possess, how their eyes look and the way they interact with the environment.
Some interesting findings in cats. While most cats stay in the vicinity of their homes, others travel much farther away, to the surprise of their owners.
Because a modern airplane symbolizes a class-based society, researchers found air rage incidents are four times more likely to occur if there's a first-class section.
Surely you've heard of the popular saying, "Spare the rod and spoil the child," but a new study reveals that you should think twice before spanking your child.
It seems like living in the urban jungle has given birds street smarts, too, according to researchers from the McGill University in Quebec, Canada.
Parasitic tapeworms use ants as intermediate hosts before ending up inhabiting their real goal: woodpeckers who feed on the ants.