Few of us rarely get to hear the beautiful and haunting sound of whale songs. But if you have, the tunes won't all be the same. Whales, like humans, experience cultural evolution through their sounds. The songs of male humpback whales, for instance, actually evolve when individual whales change, alter, or embellish parts of a standard song sequence and others in the group pick up on it and pass it along.
Artist Es Devlin is asking the public to think about our place in nature with an immersive public installation called Come...
Sixty-six million years ago, an asteroid hurtled into Earth.
Horses have incredible memories. If you need any proof, just look to Panda the palomino paint horse. Panda’s owner Maija Vance recently shared a video of her riding Panda along the side of a road while making an embarrassed, disapproving face.
The fast pace of city living can be exciting, but it also significantly adds to our stress.
Jupiter is the fifth planet from our Sun.
A one-month-old kitten named Pinky has garnered over 4.5 million views (and counting) on Youtube for her adorable nibbling. In the viral video, Pinky is nestled in between the head of a “stern man,” and a pillow, playfully biting his ear and kneading him. The sweet cat takes breaks from endearingly “attacking” him to clean off her paws and rest her eyes.
Across Iran, women are leading the charge in massive protests sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini.
The search for extraterrestrial life is largely dependent on finding other planets which can sustain life, like our own Earth.
Do you move at every opportunity, or are you more of a couch potato? Many of us sit for long stretches at work or enjoy a good Netflix binge in our downtime. But, this all means that we don't move as much as we should for optimal health. A new study published in Jama International Medicine confirms that the more you walk, the lower your risk of cancer and other conditions. Quality is important, too.
Creative Khara Plicanic is a multi-talented maker.
Inventor Nikola Tesla is famous for his work with electricity and radio.