Mysterious Terraformed Island Offers New Clues to Life’s Survival loading...
Mysterious Terraformed Island Offers New Clues to Life’s Survival
A 150-year-old experiment on the remote Ascension Island may help us green Mars. Can it also help us save Earth?
A Mezcal Boom Spurs Creative Approaches to Dwindling Agave loading...
A Mezcal Boom Spurs Creative Approaches to Dwindling Agave
Farmers in Oaxaca, Mexico, are counting plants and trying to take advantage of rising prices without pushing an important species towards extinction.
How Time Rules Your Body—and Your Social Life loading...
How Time Rules Your Body—and Your Social Life
We have clocks in our bodies down to the cellular level.
In Rare Killing, Chimpanzees Cannibalise Former Leader loading...
In Rare Killing, Chimpanzees Cannibalise Former Leader
The rare incident may have been all about sex, researchers suggest. Warning: graphic content.
Pale, Beady-Eyed Crab Named for Harry Potter loading...
Pale, Beady-Eyed Crab Named for Harry Potter
The name also honours Harry Conley, the collector who first found the crabs.
Pictures Reveal One of the Last Unexplored Places on Earth loading...
Pictures Reveal One of the Last Unexplored Places on Earth
Diving miles beneath the sea, an ROV finds a new type of volcanic vent teeming with life near the Mariana Trench.
7 Amazing Animal Organs People Don't Have loading...
7 Amazing Animal Organs People Don't Have
Under-eye "flashlights," venom glands, claspers. Nature abounds with body parts that aren't found in humans.
#BestSpots Contest Highlights Why Animals Have Spots loading...
#BestSpots Contest Highlights Why Animals Have Spots
A Twitter showdown among scientists reveals more of the beauty of nature.
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