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Domesticated Animals, Explained loading...
Domesticated Animals, Explained
Domestic animals such as dogs, cats, and cattle have been genetically adapted over generations to live alongside humans.
Why Are We Afraid Of Sharks? There's A Scientific Explanation. loading...
Why Are We Afraid Of Sharks? There's A Scientific Explanation.
Sharks aren't the mindless killers that we've made them out to be.
This Odd Deep-Sea Fish Can Hold Its Breath For Four Minutes loading...
This Odd Deep-Sea Fish Can Hold Its Breath For Four Minutes
Coffinfish use their enormous inflatable gills to fill their body with seawater—the first such discovery ever made in a fish.
These Animals Make Homes For Other Species loading...
These Animals Make Homes For Other Species
As ecosystem engineers, elephants leave footprints that become frog nurseries, and sociable weaver birds build high-rise "condos."
Puppy Dog Eyes Evolved So Dogs Could Communicate With Us loading...
Puppy Dog Eyes Evolved So Dogs Could Communicate With Us
Centuries of domestication have unintentionally yet radically reshaped dogs' eyebrow anatomy, making their faces easily readable to people.
How Many Squirrels Live In NYC’s Central Park? We Finally Have The Answer. loading...
How Many Squirrels Live In NYC’s Central Park? We Finally Have The Answer.
The inaugural census, announced at the venerable Explorers Club, has a real scientific purpose.
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