Ever seen bats during the day? Indeed, it is very difficult to find bats during the day, because they are nocturnal animals – types of animals that are active at night. But this is interesting, because when we find bats during the day, they should be sleeping.
Scientists finally discover the secret behind the ability of a skilled parrot to mimic human voice. According to experts, all of this is caused by the structure of the brain of a parrot that is different from other songbird brains.
According to a study published in the journal Nature Communication, in the next 100 years, the average body mass of mammals will decreased by 25 percent. Why this could be happen? This happens because larger species will be extinct.
Why do we laugh when we get tickled? And what is the connection between feeling amused and laughing?
When José Luis Perez-Gonzalez and his expedition team were tired of conducting a harlequin frog survey in the Sierra Mountains of Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia, they decided to set up a tent to spend the night near the river before returning home. That night, they heard the sound of high-pitched vibrations and got clues… Read More »
Earlier this week the United Nations (UN) released a Global Assessment report compiled by a panel of experts at the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). This report from the IPBES reveals the dire conditions of global biodiversity in 2019.
Have you ever yelled at someone with anger when you were hungry? If yes, you may experienced “hangry” or “hanger”, a mixture of hunger and anger – a phenomenon where people become fierce and angry when they are become hungry. However, where does this phenomenon come from?
On May 1, 2019, through the results of research published in the journal Biology Letters, a research team that dived into the underwater cave of Hoyo Negro in Mexico announced that they had discovered skeletal remains of predators from the Ice Age. They estimate that these animals only lived in South America in the past.