Plants might have a more exciting life than you might think, since new research finds they can travel far and wide stuck to bird feathers. Continue reading →
Which came first: carnivores or herbivores? A newly discovered tiny meat eater answers that questions and more. Continue reading →
Honeybees have little clawed legs that can tell the difference between sweet, bitter and salty tastes.
A caterpillar benefits from a trait that makes others recoil: toxic halitosis. Continue reading →
Prehistoric terror birds looked ferocious, but they likely spent most of their days feasting on plants. Continue reading →
Since the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park, the percentage of berry waste in bear poo has nearly doubled. Continue reading →