A latest analysis conducted on the jaws of one of the earliest known limbed vertebrates, tetrapods, reveal that the species that evolved from fish fed under water and not on land.
Last month, the New York Department of Environmental Conservation’s proposal to kill the remaining 2,200 mute swans in the state was delayed yet again by legislators. The delay has perhaps changed the plans of the environmental group.
Many suffer from arachnophobia, otherwise known as the fear of spiders and other arachnids, but often times the fear is self-inflicted because the small invertebrate creatures rarely pose a threat in inhabited lands. But a recent news report could exacerbate such fears.
In a new finding, researcher suggests that first North Americans immigrants from northeast Asia spent millennia, taking-long term refuge on the Bering Land Bridge, which is now covered by the Bering Sea.
Climate change can affect weather patterns, different ecosystems, mental health, and various other factors. Scientific researchers have urged that if the climate keeps changing, we are going to need to stay on top of important matters.
Five years ago the Lewa Conservancy in Kenya airlifted the remaining four breeding Northern White Rhinos from a zoo in the Czech Republic. Their goal was to have them roam in the wild to encourage them to breed and repopulate the species.
The mysterious case of an unidentified mummy preserved in a German museum for more than a century has finally unraveled. The young woman was a victim of ritual sacrifice and suffered from the Chagas disease, researchers found.
Galaxies are present in a variety of forms in today’s universe. But till date scientists have failed to explain why different forms of galaxies exist. But a new study claims that the answer lies in the rate at which the galaxies spin.
In a new finding, researchers discovered that male goals release a sexually stimulating odour that not just attracts females but also turns on their reproductive system.
In a latest finding, a team of NASA scientists have found evidence of water on a Martian meteorite, suggesting biological processes might have occurred on the Red Planet some millions of years ago.
Researchers from the University of Adelalde have uncovered a new web-based tool that's unlocked the complex secrets behind grapevine development.