Frogs, like humans, irrationally switch their preferences.
Phytoplankton blooms gain nutrients from glacial melting.
The gas-giant planets may have formed via pebble accretion.
A biochemical basis for terroir
Evidence from the Dayu Cave links dry periods with societal upheaval.
Termite mounds use ambient temperature oscillations to circulate air.
A major coffee pest relies on bacteria in its gut to metabolize caffeine.
The offspring of coral exposed to harsh conditions may be better prepared to deal with climate change.
How honey bees pass on immunity to their young.
Antarctic fur seals communicate via their chemical profiles.
Birds use phonemic structuring, a component of language previously thought to be uniquely human.
“Vision” in single-celled Synechocystis works by principles similar to the human eye.
The fate of the Caspian seal may have been decided ﬁve million years ago.
Robber ﬂies are top predators in the insect world.
A visual atlas of solifuge jaws enables research on these poorly-understood arachnids.