The phenomenon does not last more than five to ten minutes
The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia releases the 21-second clip, from 1935, of Benjamin, the thylacine
“This plastic has very attractive sustainability credentials because it uses no fossil fuels & can be recycled but would also degrade in nature"
A computer simulation supports the idea that grandmothers helped our species evolve social skills and longer lives
The new species known as Hyalinobatrachium dianae made its first appearance to the world in the February issue of the taxonomy journal Zootaxa
The study suggests that we should start investigating worlds larger than the Earth whose atmospheres are dominated by hydrogen
"Darwin's flower" is exported dried to Germany and other European countries, where it is sold for as much as 50.000 euros per kilo!
Scientists have reconstructed the evolutionary history of the mountain ranges and seas in the region
Locals can be overheard shouting and laughing in shock and amazement at the scene, which took place on Friday
Average annual temperatures will rise beyond the climate "niche" in which humans have thrived for 6.000 years