Grieving dog owners pay a firm $100,000 to clone new pets from their deceased dog’s DNA.
Tiny tardigrades can survive in extreme climates -- even outer space, where they've not only survived but also bred. It gets weirder, too. It turns out nearly a sixth of their DNA isn't even theirs.
All dogs alive today can trace at least some of their ancestry back to dogs that were domesticated 33,000 years ago in southern East Asia, suggests one of the most extensive ever investigations of canine DNA.
Knowing which species of spider built a web in a certain area, as well as what it feasted on, are important pieces of information for researchers.
The company behind the project plans to churn out dogs, horses, and up to a million beef cattle a year.
Just one creature can live in space, and now scientists have found the tardigrade has the highest amount of foreign DNA in its genome.
Chickens selectively bred to be bigger over a 50-year period show that evolution can happen dramatically during our lifetimes.
Snakes lack limbs, but new research finds that they still have DNA crucial to limb development lurking in their genomes.
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