Plants and Animals

Billion-Year-Old Scottish Fossil Could Be The Oldest Proto-Animal Ever Found

Billion-Year-Old Scottish Fossil Could Be The Oldest Proto-Animal Ever Found

A fossil found in a billion-year-old style from the Scottish Highlands may represent a missing link between unicellular organisms and multilingual animals. If so, it could fill some significant gaps in our knowledge of the history of life. Professor Charles Wellman of the University of Sheffield .....

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Nibbling Beaver Causes Internet Outage in a Very Canadian Turn of Events

Nibbling Beaver Causes Internet Outage in a Very Canadian Turn of Events

A “unique Canadian” situation has arisen in a rural corner of British Columbia (BC) where hundreds of people do not leave the Internet because of beavers through vital communication cables. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) reported that 900 people lost their Internet connec.....

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My Octopus Teacher Hired a Cephalopod Psychologist To Better Understand Its Star’s Behavior

My Octopus Teacher Hired a Cephalopod Psychologist To Better Understand Its Star’s Behavior

If you have been in the movie buff, you have probably heard of a potential star in one of Netflix’s most recent and celebrated documentaries. My octopus teacher Craig Foster, filmmaker and co-founder of Sea Change, has documented the true story, with the goal of reconnecting with nature thr.....

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Notoriously Grim Turkey Experiment Proves They Will Attempt To Have Sex With Anything

Notoriously Grim Turkey Experiment Proves They Will Attempt To Have Sex With Anything

Quick, picture of a scientist. You pictured someone in a lab coat, you didn’t look at the test tube. And no one ever imagines a group of people gathering around and mounting a turkey’s head on a spike to see if someone else will try to have sex with a turkey, but sometimes science is [&he.....

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Humans Could Probably Outpace A T. Rex, Even At Walking Speed

Humans Could Probably Outpace A T. Rex, Even At Walking Speed

Every walking animal has a preferred walking speed. If you are not late somewhere, you can enjoy leisure time. If we drive the clock back a million 66 million years, t. Rex’s speed was also preferred. According to the new models, it is better to determine if the average person’s walki.....

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Platypuses Are Getting Tangled In Human Trash Causing Potentially Fatal Injuries

Platypuses Are Getting Tangled In Human Trash Causing Potentially Fatal Injuries

Platypus is one of nature’s greatest adversities. A study that consistently created their genome was able to unravel some of the mysteries, (but in no way limited to it) that it lays eggs, sucks milk, has 10 sex chromosomes and gloss under UV light (a feature shared by many) Australians Ani.....

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Tyrannosaurs May Have Hunted In Packs Rather Than Being Solitary Predators

Tyrannosaurs May Have Hunted In Packs Rather Than Being Solitary Predators

Among the dinosaurs in theropod was abundant toothed Tyrannosaurus, bipedal muscles. These first appeared as small dinosaurs but eventually grew to the size of Cretaceous, giving birth to the largest land predators still on land around the world (Including the 2.5 billion Tyrannosaurus .....

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Watch the First-Ever Collar-Cam Footage from a Wild Wolf

Watch the First-Ever Collar-Cam Footage from a Wild Wolf

If you have ever felt the need to “run with the wolves”, escape real life and go back to nature, now is probably the first wild wolf collar camera footage you can do. Look at the wolf’s eyes as you walk through the forest, the bones of your feet well chewed, and even stop for […].....

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Tarantulas Were Scuttling Around Earth alongside Dinosaurs 120 Million Years Ago

Tarantulas Were Scuttling Around Earth alongside Dinosaurs 120 Million Years Ago

Tarantulas contain some of the largest and funniest species of spiders in the world. Which have found on six of the planets seven continents have proved surprising to scientists, as these wooden giants not known for having nomadic lifestyles? In fact, they are one of the most arrogant groups of s.....

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Pterosaurs with Necks like Giraffes Survived Flight Thanks To Spoke-Like Vertebrae

Pterosaurs with Necks like Giraffes Survived Flight Thanks To Spoke-Like Vertebrae

Janet’s genetic makeup is one of the best creations of instant evolution. It gives rise to a body plan that is aerodynamic enough to fly, hydrodynamic enough to dive, and strong enough to survive by sinking to the surface of the ocean at speeds above 50 mph. The same cannot say of the azhdarchi.....

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Duck Nesting On London Balcony Showers Family with Ducklings Twice During Lockdown

Duck Nesting On London Balcony Showers Family with Ducklings Twice During Lockdown

The Covid-19 plunged the world into a state of lockdown, with people stuck at home wondering what to do. Videos from around the world have shown good humor to the inhabitants of the world in the wake of the global epidemic, and even zoos have had to be creative in encouraging entertainment for th.....

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Adorable Baby Dinosaur’s Tiny Footprint Is the Smallest Stegosaur Print Ever Found

Adorable Baby Dinosaur’s Tiny Footprint Is the Smallest Stegosaur Print Ever Found

In the age of the dinosaurs, there were still some big living things throwing their feet around the earth since they left. However, these powerful trackways have some more moderate size impressions, such as a cat-sized baby stegosaur committed to the ground about 100 million years ago. The fun-si.....

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