A test tube version of a liver could one day eliminate drug testing on animals for human meds. Continue reading →
From an apartment complex in North Carolina to the entire city of Naples, Italy, officials are using new doggy DNA forensics to nab owners who don't scoop their dog's poop.
It's no wonder that dogs understand us so well. We have a lot in common, even in terms of how our brains work, a study finds. Continue reading →
Shark killing in Western Australia is unnecessary according to biologists who have come up with other ways of keeping beaches safe while also keeping sharks alive.
Three out of four common medicines contain animal-derived ingredients. So what's in your cabinet?
A wilderness tracker claims to have shot a Bigfoot named Hank. Continue reading →
Hyenas might have eaten prehistoric humans, suggests human hair found in a clump of fossilized dung. Continue reading →
Humans appear to be responsible for rapid brain growth seen over the past 100 years in small mammals from both urban and rural areas.
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