Maybe National Chocolate Covered Insect Day isn't a holiday you usually celebrate, but adding unconventional protein sources to your diet is something you should consider.
Recently scientists reconstructed the prehistoric travel log of a wooly mammoth that lived in Alaska more than 17,000 years ago by applying present-day knowledge to the geologic past.
On the surface, this seems like a simple question. Everyone knows what a dinosaur is, right?! But do you really?
Sulfur-crested cockatoo have been making headlines in Australia. Citizen scientists have been filming their newest skill set, and let's just say it's pretty trashy!
Juliet may have thought names were arbitrary, but scientifically, names play an important role by placing order on our world by helping us differentiate between things. So how does science go about assigning names?