How did massive volcanic eruptions, inland seas, and land bridges pave the way for life?
In a first, scientists have found that viruses that prey on microbes can understand the lingo of bacterial conversations—and may use the intel to time their attacks.
The first complete skeleton reconstruction of Thylacoleo carnifex, the “marsupial lion,” illuminates how this bizarre carnivore moved and ate.
After discarding their teeth, the ancestors of today’s filter-feeding whales may have fed by suction before evolving baleen.
Researchers used modern technology to virtually reconstruct a 60,000-year-old Neanderthal rib cage, potentially shedding light on how these hominids interacted with their environment.
What could you possibly have in common with a mushroom, or a dinosaur, or even a bacterium? More than you might think.
Some lizards have alien-like green slime pumping through their scaly bodies, but scientists don't know exactly why.