Wastewater from oil drilling is triggering earthquakes, and no one can predict where they will strike or how hard they will shake.
Nala Rogers, Staff Writer
White-tailed deer mothers deposit their babies with female mule deer, which then defend the fawns from predators.
Dressmakers are exceptional at judging distances, while dentists and surgeons are no better than the rest of us.
Paleontologists have found incredible dinosaur diversity at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. What could nearby Bears Ears hold?
Human fetuses turn toward face-like patterns of light projected through their mothers' abdomens.
Tube-lipped wrasses overcome coral's defenses with bizarre puckered lips.
Nala Rogers, Contributor
To human brains, the sight and smell of sickness are a bigger deal than the sum of their parts.
Our first impulse is to reject immoral actions as impossible.
Toothache may have driven famous Tsavo lions to prey on humans.
Predators steer clear of biting swarm of defenders.
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