DINOSAUR COMB: A duck-billed dinosaur from North America had a fleshy cock's comb that it probably used to communicate with others of its species, say researchers.
5 hours ago from ABC Science
Two teams of researchers, including a scientist from Case Western Reserve University, have announced the discovery of a new species of fossil horse from 4.4 million-year-old fossil-rich deposits ...
11 hours ago from Phys.org
Space shortages in countries around the world are raising a daunting question: where to lay dead bodies to rest. This month in Oslo, Norway, architecture student Martin McSherry ...
4 hours ago from The Verge
Monitor lizards extract oxygen both when they inhale and exhale, perhaps explaining why they are so successful.
Wed 11 Dec 13 from Nature News
Rodents can tell us a lot about the way species evolve after they move into new areas, according to a new and exceptionally broad study conducted in part by Florida State University biological ...
10 hours ago from Phys.org
American alligators have been spotted using sticks to lure nesting egrets, the first documented example of a reptile using a tool
7 hours ago from Newscientist
Adult humans get weaker as they age and then die, but that's not the typical pattern across species. Some organisms don't appear to show signs of aging at all. These are among the ...
18 hours ago from TG Daily
Research led by the University of Southampton has found that early humans were driven by a need for nutrient-rich food to select 'special places' in northern Europe as their main habitat. Evidence ...
Wed 11 Dec 13 from Phys.org
AFTER DARK CROCS: Researchers have revealed the antics that hatchling crocodiles get up to when they think they are not being observed.
Wed 11 Dec 13 from ABC Science
The wooden tridents, which were discovered in Cumbria, measure around six feet in length and were each crafted from a single plank of oak.
7 hours ago from Daily Mail
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