Sep 21, 2021
Too Much of a Good Home Is Bad for Panda Mating
When it comes to creating the ideal habitat for giant pandas to settle down, it seems experts could do worse than heed the tale of the three bears. Researchers have found there is a...
Sep 19, 2021
Why Does Tallest Populace Seem to Be Getting Shorter?
From brutal conflicts to periods of prosperity, pandemics to triumphs for equality, human history is full of highs and lows. But such fluctuations don’t just affect society:...
Sep 7, 2021
Viruses May Exist Elsewhere in the Universe
The Covid pandemic has already turned life as we know it upside down – and no doubt prompted some people to want to leave the planet. Now a leading scientist has warned that...
Aug 26, 2021
'Mini-Neptunes' May Yield Signs of Life
Signs of life beyond our solar system may be detectable within two to three years, experts have said after rethinking the kinds of planets that may be habitable. Researchers have...
Aug 13, 2021
Mammoth Walked Far Enough to Circle Earth Twice
He was huge, hairy and boasted two enormous tusks: researchers say they have discovered a woolly mammoth called Kik who traipsed almost far enough in his life to circle the Earth...
Jun 13, 2021
Medieval Pointy Shoes Linked to Rise in Bunions
From waist-squeezing corsets to crinoline skirts, fashion has rarely been about comfort – or safety. Now researchers have revealed that even in medieval times, men and women...
Apr 9, 2021
Gorillas Beat Their Chests to Size Each Other Up
It is a trope used in films from King Kong to Tarzan – a male primate standing upright and beating its chest, sometimes with a yell and often with more than a dash of...
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