After nearly five decades, the US Space Agency (NASA) will again send living things to a great distance from Earth in space in 2020. This mission will be the first mission of sending living beings since the Apollo mission to the Moon.
Not only humans, some animals are able to make mass migration in certain periods. Arctic sea pigeons can migrate as far as 50,000 miles away. It’s great isn’t it? The secret of animal migration remain a mystery to scientists, especially how animals navigate without being lost and able to avoid dangers such as storms or… Read More »
Imagine you are diving under the sea enjoying the colorful fish and coral reefs, but suddenly a big jellyfish appear and approach your location.
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.
If there is a question about the example of mutualism in nature, some people might give the answer: termites and their flagellates, namely a flanged protist in a termite’s stomach. However, the symbiotic mutualism of termite turns out not only with flagellate, but with all the contents of the stomach.
Have you ever observed the attachment of an animal to a ship’s hull? Animals such as shells, barnacles, gravestones, and snails can stick to the hulls of ships or other structures around the harbor, forming a crust that is difficult to clean.
Why do we laugh when we get tickled? And what is the connection between feeling amused and laughing?