After decades of ferocious fighting, the Swat wife usually triumphs over her beleaguered husband.
Can shipwrecked men survive if they drink sea water?
Part of New York’s heritage vanished when bulldozers dug the foundation for the World Trade Center
Alfred C. Kinsey's scientific interests went well beyond sex.
A true story of a lonely plant ecologist and his mischievous neighbors
Spiders in history
Even as a pet, his single interest was in ants, and he never quite got used to a tame chimpanzee.
Quaint court scenes of yesteryear show that ignorance of the law was once no excuse even for an animal.
American Museum—unique clearinghouse of information
One of the most important zoological discoveries of the present century gives us a glimpse at the closest living relative of our fish-like ancestors.