We can die if we drink salt water, yet our oceans are teeming with life. DNews explains how some animals adapted to a salty world.
A tiny arthropod from 430 million years ago dubbed “The Kite Runner” had a novel way of hauling around its brood.
A family of frogs spends its tadpole time living underground, with a body built for burrowing.
City-slicker birds may have an intellectual wing up on their country counterparts, according to a new study of avian intelligence.
Spiderman, spiderman, does whatever a spider can. Right? But what works for spidey doesn't work for us. How come we can't climb walls while animals such as geckos and spiders seem to stick to them like glue?
If you have hopes of replicating Spiderman's ability to climb walls, a new study may crush your dreams.
Known for using their powerful jaws to launch themselves into the air, the insects have another trick in their escape arsenal.
Researchers marvel at the evolutionary convergence, even as they're not sure what purpose the color serves.
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