Monkeys Can Sense Their Own Heartbeat. That Could Be Good News for Psychiatry
You know when your own heart races—whether from a tarantula on your lap or a text message from a crush. And according to a new study, monkeys do, too. For the first time, scientists have
The Wild Science of How Geronimo the Alpaca Captured Our Hearts
He spends his remaining days lolling around, oblivious to his fate. Faced with an upcoming death sentence, his only crime is that he has tested positive for an infectious disease. Meanwhile, a controversial government agency
Did a Cuttlefish Write This?
Captive cuttlefish require entertainment when they eat. Dinner and a show — if they can’t get live prey, then they need some dancing from a dead shrimp on a stick in their tank. When the