Science/HealthApr 07, 2017 10:35 AM EDT Male jumping spiders 'sing and dance' to charm potential mates to be eaten alive later by female
It takes all time and effort for male jumping spiders to woo a female spider and become its mate. After the pleasure, horrific fate awaits the male jumping spider as it gets eaten by its mate.
Science/HealthMar 31, 2017 06:40 PM EDT 5:2 diet explained; How it works and how it could help you lose weight fast
A diet trend is challenging the popular norms of getting in shape because it only requires extreme diet twice a week.
Science/HealthMar 31, 2017 08:39 PM EDT Tyrannosaurus rex: Ferocious predator but sensuous mate, Daspletosaurus horneri discovery suggests
Based on the Daspletosaurus horneri discovery, it's cousin, the Tyrannosaurus rex is a fearsome carnivore but also an amorous dinosaur.
Science/HealthMar 29, 2017 11:23 AM EDT Indonesian python swallowed palm oil farmer: Large reptile cut open to free lifeless body
A palm oil farmer did not expect it was his last day of harvesting after getting swallowed whole by a massive Indonesian python which was cut open to free his dead body.
Science/HealthMar 28, 2017 10:39 AM EDT Climate change effect: Disappearing Arctic sea ice disrupts food chain putting Beluga whales in peril
The Arctic sea ice is melting and fewer forms which could entirely interfere in the normal food chain that benefits a vast diverse of marine mammals in the Arctic especially the beluga whales.
Science/HealthMar 25, 2017 02:24 AM EDT Orcas breath found to consist bacteria and fungi: Discovered microbes are antibiotic-resistants
The study of orcas' breath suggests that it contain massive bacteria and fungi caused by animal and human wastes contamination. The said microbes are resistant to the common antibiotics.
Science/HealthMar 22, 2017 10:45 AM EDT Australian Brown snake: World's second deadliest snake, mostly victimize males [VIDEO]
The Australian Brown snake has been considered as the second deadliest snake in the world when it comes to venom toxicity. Records show that most of the snakes' victims are males and occurs typically in the afternoon inside or near the residence.
Science/HealthMar 22, 2017 02:31 AM EDT New Little Brown Myotis bats hibernation site discovered in Alberta outside Rocky Mountains: Discovery helps battle white-nose syndrome
The discovery of the bats' new hibernation site is a precious thing for researchers. In this way, they will be able to study the bat's behavior and other detail through its DNA and guano samples before the white-nose syndrome disease spreads even further.
Science/HealthMar 19, 2017 09:44 AM EDT East Antarctica shelters nearly 6 million Adelie penguins but threatened by moving ice, melting glaciers
The population of Adelie penguins doubled according to the new estimate of researchers. From 2.3 million, it surged to 5.9 million that could cover the entire region.
Science/HealthMar 19, 2017 04:52 AM EDT Crocodile Shark: First time rare species discovered in British waters [VIDEO]
For the first time, a crocodile shark has entered cold British waters which could have been the cause of its death. The animal which is related to the Great White shark is already listed an endangered species and is known to live in tropical waters of Australia and Brazil.