Biology

Yucky ducky? Study reveals bath-time toy's dirty secret

Mar 28, 2018

Scientists have the dirt on rubber ducky and it's clear many children's favorite bath-time friend is _ as parents have long suspected _ far from squeaky clean

'Truly alarming': No babies for endangered right whales

Mar 27, 2018

'Truly alarming': Scientists see no babies for endangered right whales during winter calving season

'Beginning of the end?' No new babies for endangered whales

Mar 26, 2018

'Beginning of the end?' Calving season for endangered right whales ending with no babies spotted

UN reports see a lonelier planet with fewer plants, animals

Mar 23, 2018

New United Nations reports see a sicker Earth because of loss of biodiversity, with fewer plants and animals and less food and clean water for people

Researcher captures striking Antarctic video of minke whale

Mar 21, 2018

Marine mammal expert Regina Eisert thought minke whales were a little boring until she captured some striking footage of one swimming underwater near Antarctica

Study finds obesity robs the tongue of taste buds in mice

Mar 20, 2018

Obesity can dull the sense of taste and now research in mice suggests the reason is a loss of taste buds

Want to avoid the flu while flying? Try a window seat

Mar 19, 2018

If you're worried about catching a cold or flu on an airplane, try getting a window seat _ and don't leave it until the flight is over

The Latest: Turtle euthanized amid reports it ate a puppy

Mar 16, 2018

Idaho officials have euthanized a snapping turtle at the center of an investigation over whether a biology teacher gave it a sick puppy to eat in front of students

Inmate death shines light on cellmate pairings at US prisons

Mar 15, 2018

A repeat drunken driver's death at an Idaho prison is shining a light on a complex system used by many U.S. prisons to determine who will share a cell with whom.

Washington state moves to protect endangered killer whales

Mar 15, 2018

Washington state is pushing to protect endangered killer whales with longer-term efforts to boost their food supply and improve their habitat

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