Socialites not the primary behavioural influencers
Research suggests it’s more likely close-knit cliques.
What are lost continents and why are we discovering so many?
They’re not all hidden beneath the oceans, and not all submerged features qualify as lost continents.
Did bad luck kill the Neanderthals?
We need to consider demography, not just external factors, study suggests.
Five small parrots flew into a tunnel…
…and appear to have changed our thinking on how they did it.
A weakened black hole allows its galaxy to awaken
New data provides compelling evidence of a unique phenomenon.
Endangered birds leave genetic clues in their drinking water
Environmental DNA proving a powerful tool that could aid conservation.
Fossils provide new insights into when apes began to walk
They may also reveal a common ancestor of humans and great apes.
Your brain approaches tricky tasks in a surprisingly simple way
James Shine, from Australia’s University of Sydney, investigates the ‘low-dimensional manifold’.