This is the very essence of what we call serendipity: the art of creating the good intellectual, scientific and experimental
Right: Dr. Zulfi and Dr. Wojtusik examine samples Below: Dr. Roth and Dr. Zulfi discuss technique Dr. Benn Bryant, veterinarian
So our team of palaeontologists and neurologists checked for the pineal foramen in more than 600 skulls. These were all found
Bushmeat hunting threatens hundreds of mammal species with extinction and millions of people with food insecurity.
Two-month-old Cora and two-week-old Zoey, Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden's female Maasai giraffe babies, can be identified
The development of the brain, an expensive organ that needs a lot of energy and produces a lot of heat, in turn played a
I found this possibility intriguing both from a scientific point of view as well as a sci-fi point of view: there are plenty of books out there on zombies and aliens, but what about ancient viruses that thawed from the ice thanks to global warming?
In the early 1900s it was believed that around 100,000 cheetahs roamed the earth. The most recent estimate by the International
Someone is finally telling us how big the city rodents really are.
The remarkable discovery could lead to a revolution in the prevention of violence.
Brain scans indicate the animals consider people more important than other objects.
A move to take manatees off the endangered list has conservationists worried.
How piebald patches form on animal fur might help us better understand genetic diseases in humans.