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New Discovery of How Crows Use Tools Could Change Our Understanding...

It's a known fact that crows craft and use tools, but how do they know what to do? A new study has blown us...

Tiny jumping roundworm undergoes unusual sexual development

Nematodes may be among the simplest animals, but scientists can't get enough of the microscopic roundworms. They have mapped the entire genome of C....

These Are The Deadliest Lab-Made Biological Threats We Aren’t Ready For,...

They called it Clade X. A deadly spin on influenza that borrowed some nasty tricks from Nipah virus, it first popped up in Germany...

A Mystery Dinosaur Was Nearly Lost to Science Because Someone Bought...

By the time the scientists had catalogued the last bone, they realized they might be staring at the discovery of a lifetime - the...

Decades of Satellite Data Reveal Devastating Land Changes in The Largest...

They call Alaska the last frontier, but as the largest American state grapples with global warming happening twice as fast as anywhere else in...

The Reason Why Left-Handed People Exist Is Not What Scientists Thought

Left-handed people haven't always been treated well throughout history. They have been persecuted for their disposition, been labelled as evil - or even as...

These Are The Oldest Animal Footprints Ever Discovered on Our Planet

Scientists have found what they think is the oldest animal footprint in the fossil record, uncovering incredibly ancient track marks imprinted in the dirt...

Dogs Could Become The Next Source of a Deadly Flu Pandemic

Our best animal friends might not know it, but they could be putting us at risk from another influenza pandemic, researchers have warned.Key to...

These Are The Most Common Mistakes We Make About Dog Happiness,...

It is difficult to refer to what dogs, as a collective, like and dislike and how they behave.Just as humans do, dogs all have...

Smell receptor fuels prostate cancer progression: Blocking receptor with drugs or...

When scientists first described the receptors responsible for our sense of smell, they naturally assumed that these chemical sensors resided exclusively in the lining...