What research actually says about felines Some people just don't like cats. That's okay. Some people don't like pizza. Or dogs. Or Harry Potter. But some cat-haters aren't satisfied with not owning cats
The attempt to translate cat behavior and sounds Chelsey Coombs doesn’t understand her cats. Her 18-month-old male tuxedo cat, Creature, “follows you into the bathroom—you can take a bath or a shower he
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The well-preserved partial skull and skeleton of a gibbon-like creature that lived 11.6 million years ago in Spain is shedding new light on the evolutionary history of modern apes.
Environment A rapid warming of the Gulf of Maine off the eastern United States has made the water too hot for cod, pushing stocks towards collapse despite deep reductions in the number of fish caught,
Short answer: Ever heard of man-struation? Men do go through hormonal cycles. That much is established. Their testosterone levels tend to peak first thing in the morning, perhaps in concert with circadian
Cassini spacecraft images as it flew by Enceladus capture the grooved and cratered surface of the moon, and the bright streaks of vapor plumes A Nasa spacecraft that dived through a geyser plume on one
The Plate New England’s stocks of cod—the fish that fed colonists and launched the United States’ first industries—have collapsed almost past the point of recovery, despite aggressive catch restrictions
Bubbles containing cancer drugs which burst on contact with tumours are being developed by scientists Miniature heat seeking ‘grenades’ full of cancer drugs which target tumours without damaging healthy