What Food Should You Feed Your Siberian Husky Pup?

If you are reading this article, you are either considering to get a Siberian Husky pup or already have one! Either way, the most important thing now is to make sure he... Read more »

Study Finds Human Mutation Rates Are Slower than Those of Our Primate Relatives

In a recent study published in Nature Ecology and Evolution, researchers from Aarhus University, Denmark, and Copenhagen Zoo have found that humans’ mutation rate is slower than the one of our primate... Read more »

Hawaiian Monk Seals Keep Ending Up With Eels Stuck Up Their Noses

Claire Simeone is a veterinarian, and monk seal expert in Hawaii discussed with The Washington Post and addressed the subject of seals getting eels stuck up its noses. There’s a picture of... Read more »

A New Species of Dinosaurs was Discovered in South America

New discovery was made by a team of Spanish and Argentineans paleontologists. They dug in Neuquen in the centre of the South American country and found an adult and two juveniles of... Read more »

The First Carnivore Fish Appeared in the Jurassic

A team of researchers has discovered what appear to be the fossilized remains of the first carnivore fish. The fish appears to be a precursor of the well-known piranha species. Similar to... Read more »

Conservation Breakthrough: Two Lion Cubs Born Through Artificial Insemination

These two lion cubs playing around at a conservation center in South Africa just won everyone’s hearts, not because they’re so adorable, but because they are unique. The University of Pretoria stated... Read more »

Seabirds Found With Hundreds Of Plastic Pieces In Their Stomachs

The researchers studying the impact of debris on the world’s oceans found seabirds with more than 250 plastic pieces in their stomachs. That is yet another research to reveal how much is... Read more »

Why do People Love Bees but Hate Wasps?

A new study that was published in Ecological Entomology, which is based on a survey of 750 people across 46 different countries, shows that the public has a dislike towards wasps, whereas... Read more »

A Giant Spider-Web Covers An Entire Shoreline In Aitoliko, Greece

The warmer climate conditions in western Greece have led to a bizarre phenomenon. Namely, a spectacular 300m-long spider-web covers an entire shoreline in Aitoliko, Greece. However, the strange occurrence is not unusual for scientists.... Read more »

Canadian Crabs Are Endangering Coastal Ecosystems In The US

Canadian crabs migrated from the waters of Canada to Maine, United States, and that wouldn’t be a bad thing if they weren’t so aggressive. According to new research, those green crabs that... Read more »