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A new study of how stinging tree venom causes intense agony may help uncover new ways to manage pain.
More and more evidence shows evolution isn't as random as often thought.
Crickets on the Hawaiian islands of Oahu (pictured) and Kalau have evolved to keep quiet.
Crickets are nothing if not noisy, but populations on two Hawaiian islands have embraced silence by rapidly losing sound-producing…
Tinamous are the closest living relatives of the flightless ratites.
Ratites – a group of flightless birds including the emu, ostrich and extinct moa – were long believed to have evolved from…
I see how you see.
Eyes and wings are among the most stunning innovations evolution has created. Remarkably these features have evolved multiple times in different lineages of animals. For instance, the avian ancestors of…