The wings of a butterfly may offer more than just cool optics. Recently, researchers have discovered the wings of the Morpho didius could be used to save lives.
Being only five millimeters in size, these spiders produce intricate body colorations, patterns, and movements. Scientists have discovered the rainbow iridescence of the spider comes from the scales on the spider.
Imagine swimming and then hearing the sound of an automatic weapon. You might be near a Gulf Corvina.
Last year, the Dutch police decided to use eagles to literally tackle the growing drone problem. This year the program is being cancelled.
The results of a study conducted by a pair of neurologists on the impact of low-level electrical stimulation on cues in the brain affecting movement and perception will soon be published.