Researchers examining fossil eggs have found that a small, bird-like North American dinosaur incubated its eggs in a similar way to brooding birds – bolstering the evolutionary link between birds and dinosaurs.
Researchers have found explanation to why there are so many hybrid moths in nature. An international team of researchers, including an entomologist at the University of California.
While there is no need for alarm if your child attains puberty earlier than expected, sometimes the child is herself not ready for it. Help her adapt to the changes.
TV and films are full of adolescents being like adults. They talk sex, have serial relationships, lie & live lives indiscernible from their favourite filmstars.
Females of Euxesta bilimeki, a species of Ulidiid fly, adopt a unique behavior that probably helps them bias male paternity – they expel and then consume male ejaculate after copulation.
The first woman ever to receive a uterus from a deceased donor, is two-weeks pregnant following a successful embryo transplant, her doctors said on Friday.
Hunter-gatherers living in glacial conditions used pots for cooking fish, a new study suggests.
Most scientists agree that an asteroid impact killed off almost all the dinosaurs and some 70 percent of all other species living on Earth about 66 million years ago.
Though they have tiny brains, bees are smart enough to pick out the most attractive flowers by watching other bees and learning from their behaviour, scientists have found.
Bad Bard! William Shakespeare was repeatedly dragged before the courts and fined for illegally hoarding food during times of shortage, and even threatened with jail for evading his taxes, a new study has claimed.
The multibillion-dollar trade in illegal wildlife - clandestine trafficking that has driven iconic creatures like the tiger to near-extinction - is also threatening the survival of great apes, a new U.N. report says.
Scientists believe that a set of gigantic volcanic might have eruptions resulted in the disappearance of half of earth’s species 200 million years ago.
Male lions have long been believed to be dependent on females when it comes to hunting, but new evidence suggests that they are, in fact, very successful hunters in their own right.
Skull pieces of an early human buried for 100,000 years at Xujiayao in the Nihewan Basin of northern China exhibit a now-rare congenital deformation that indicates inbreeding might well have been common among our ancestors.
A team of scientists has revived and reactivated the genome of an extinct Australian frog.