Check out six of the best photos from this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest
Sexual intercourse among vertebrates – that’s animals with backbones, such as humans – is a lot older than first thought. 35 million years older, to be exact. It was previously thought intercourse and internal fertilisation began in primitive fish known as placoderms that lived around … Continued
A new study, published in the journal Plos One, has revealed that extinct kangaroos were up to three times larger than the size they are today and walked on two feet instead of hopping around. The Sthenurine family of kangaroos, which existed … Continued
To celebrate Yves Rossy crossing the English Channel six years ago today, here are some historic Channel crossings.
A Find out Friday interview with Dr Michael (M.H.) Cheah and Prof. Fred (W.S.) Chow from the Research School of Biology at The Australian National University