Cancer Tumor Found In Mouth Of Fossilized 255-Million-Year-Old Human Ancestor
Paleontologists found a tumor in a gorgon, a predator during the Paleozoic age. Scientists did not expect to see the tumor in the giant's jaw at all, but this study just proves that cancer already existed even in ancient times.
Climate change may be affecting more animal species than presumed
Climate change may affect animals which are not under conservation priorities, a new study reveals.
Naked Mole Rats don't get cancer - Here's why they stay healthy
Naked mole rats don't get cancer. The reason behind this has always been a mystery, until now.
Rats' eyes point to sky at all times
Rats' eye movement was carefully measured for the first time and surprise, surprise - they keep looking up.
Bird Flu contagious among ferrets, maybe humans too
A new study has found that bird flu can be spread between mammals and there is a possibility that it can also be transmitted human to human.