Yes, but they never lose that slender figure. Some initial work on chubby bugs occurred in the early 1960s, when a Florida entomologist started publishing research on obese mosquitoes. When he fed the
If you sea scorpion, say scorpion If you think scorpions are scary today, be very glad that you weren't around 467 million years ago. Today, these stealthy stingers are found on land, but back then, scorpion
(CNN) — When the management at the Auschwitz Memorial installed sprinklers outside the former Nazi concentration camp in Poland, they thought they would create some cool comfort for visitors. Instead,
Experts say device could increase the pool of eligible heart donors, though ethical concerns remain A device that reanimates organs taken from dead patients has shown promise in heart transplant surgeries,
The viruses that cause the common cold are always lurking. But consider this: Even if we touch a doorknob or keyboard that's covered in cold germs from an infected person, we don't always catch the cold.
According to The Telegraph, the Russian website Sputnik interviewed a "human rights lawyer" regarding the rumored treasure stashed on a train of "military nature" between the Polish towns of Wroclaw and
There may be an octopus arms race underway. And that's not even a joke about tentacles: Octopuses are actually fighting, and potentially using weapons. The creatures are hardly team players under the of