In a changing climate, it is important to pay homage to species who make incredible journeys. Here is a look at the animal kingdom’s longest migrations.
Thanks to Earth’s amazing biological diversity, our real life fantastic beasts can give J.K. Rowling’s creations a run for their money.
They can swim, squirm, wriggle, walk, fly, leap and slither—the blueprints for our most promising robots don’t arise from the fertile brains of scientists at all. They come from the infinite variety and inventiveness of nature. Meet the biomimetic bots of the future.
Think Superman’s got the market cornered on super senses? Think again—there’s a whole world of sensory experience out there beyond the five traditional senses we know. Meet creatures with heat vision, internal GPS, barometric pressure sensors and echolocation—just a few of the marvelous sixth senses in the animal world.
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You’ve heard of Dolly the Sheep. She was heralded as the first cloned mammal; however, that claim isn’t technically true.
Not only can the tardigrade survive extreme temperatures, but it can also withstand radiation and the extreme vacuum of space!
New research suggests an answer to a crucial mystery in the history of life and may pave the way in the fight against cancer.
Pawsthetics—a company dedicated to using 3D printing technology for disabled animals is making it possible for animals to use prosthetics.
Chinese scientists have begun selling gene-edited micropigs. Are dogs and cats next on the list?
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