A new song type originated in western Canada and then spread East, replacing the sparrows’ traditional song.
Nala Rogers, Staff Writer
A new type of exotic mantis has entered the U.S. My own brood of nonnative mantises sheds light on what that means.
Available data revealed that people of color were hospitalized 25% less often than white people after high-force arrests.
A mysterious video shows worms fighting and dancing the "jitterbug."
Bacteria engineered to glow green are helping to show how damage from aging is passed down through generations.
Humans' compulsion to touch their faces may be part of a subconscious instinct to smell themselves.
The worms absorb and digest symbiotic bacteria through their skin.
During this modern coronavirus pandemic, our ancient instincts for avoiding disease may misfire.
New research suggests that national monument designations have not harmed local economies, and in some ways they may have helped.
Genetic differences between forest lizards and city lizards show evolution can play out the same way again and again.
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