The previously unseen four page note is the only known document where Darwin discusses the challenging evolution of the flatfish, and is signed "Ch. Darwin."
The trap-jaw ant can close its jaws at 78 to 145 miles per hour
Humans are profoundly transforming their surroundings - which is dramatically impacting organisms they share them with.
By Mark Waghorn via SWNS Birds took to the sky instead of carrying weapons as evolutionary pressure demanded they could fly or fight - but not...
All birds are dinosaurs - but not all dinosaurs are birds. A small group evolved into birds. They coexisted for 90 million years.
"It is a missing link in the family tree."
Its face, neck, belly and rump is white to help it hide in snowy habitats. The arms and legs are black, making it hard to spot...
By Georgia Lambert via SWNS How important meat was in our ancestors' evolution into modern humans has been questioned by scientists. The evolution of human history has...
It may have been the first sauropod to reach the northern hemisphere.
"It’s the classic Aesop’s fable, the speedy hare loses the race whereas the slow-moving tortoise crosses the finish line first."