Loss of prey played a big part in the extinction of ancient cats. The same problem is threatening lions and leopards today.
It will be the first of its kind and envisioned to be the size of a football field, but a quantum computer could change the world as we know it.
When shown pictures of an unfamiliar human with a threatening facial expression, horses become stressed and view the image using their left eye. While similar behaviors have been documented in domestic cats and dogs, this is the first time researchers have found horses can interpret the different emotions of their handlers, too.
A new study looks at a possible new source of contamination for bees, which could prolong and deepen their exposure.
Honey Bees can't resist caffeine, and some plants are even making their nectar more caffeinated to attract them. This dynamic could have serious impacts on pollination and honey production, researchers say.