The seeds are miniscule and unusually well-preserved, in such good condition that their internal cell structures were still visible.
The method could one day help produce self-monitoring plants.
Three new species of bees with heads like racing bike helmets.
The oldest known flower did not produce showy blooms, but it once thrived in an area that included multiple dinosaurs. Continue reading →
Project leverages the properties of thermal expansion to create metallic blooms that open and close on their own.
In Oslo, government agencies, private companies, and individuals are planting nectar-bearing flowers to give insects safe passage through the city.
Listen to the sound a plant makes as it dies of thirst -- it's heartbreaking. Continue reading →
Like nicotine for humans, certain pesticides seem to hold an addictive attraction for bees, which seek out tainted food even if it may be bad for them.
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