All posts by Kate Morgan

A Chunk of Ice the Size of Delaware is Predicted to Crash into the Ocean

A Chunk of Ice the Size of Delaware is Predicted to Crash into the Ocean

Image: Wikimedia Commons There are big, bad things happening on our ice shelves. Emphasis on the big. In 2012, documentarians in Greenland filming the award-winning film “Chasing Ice” witnessed a 75-minute long record-breaking...

3.5 Million Insects Migrate Annually

3.5 Million Insects Migrate Annually

When you think migration, you may picture birds or penguins. The largest migration on earth, though, includes much smaller creatures; a lot of them. A new study published in the journal Science covers...

Wolves Prove We’ve Got ‘Alphas’ All Wrong

Wolves Prove We’ve Got ‘Alphas’ All Wrong

Image: Wikimedia Commons For millennia, humans have been comparing themselves to wolves. It’s not a big stretch; the way wolves behave in their packs isn’t too different from the way human social structures...

Sea Turtles May Navigate Using the Sun

Sea Turtles May Navigate Using the Sun

Image: Wikimedia Commons Even when they find themselves in unfamiliar waters, sea turtles have a remarkable ability to find their way home. Now, scientists have a pretty amazing theory about their navigational skills;...

World’s First Shark Sonogram is Adorably Creepy

World’s First Shark Sonogram is Adorably Creepy

Sonograms are just adorable, right? Scientists have upped the cuteness (or maybe creepiness) by capturing the first-ever shark sonogram. Researchers Neil Hammerschlag of the University of Miami and James Sulikowski of the University...

Elephant Protein May Be the Answer to Cancer

Elephant Protein May Be the Answer to Cancer

As if you needed a new reason to love elephants, they may soon be saving human lives. Scientists have replicated a protein found in the blood of elephants that may have cancer-curing properties....

Giant Isopods are the Animals Time Forgot

Giant Isopods are the Animals Time Forgot

If you’ve ever poked a pillbug and watched it curl up in a ball, you’ve encountered an isopod. They’re not actually bugs; they’re crustaceans. And while the terrestrial kind are small and relatively...

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