Of all the species that humans have domesticated, dogs are our oldest animal friends. But how did a group of wolves become the furry pup at the end of the bed? New research is finally unlocking the paw-in-hand evolution of dogs and humans. In this episode we’re answering one big question: Did we domesticate dogs, or did dogs domesticate us?
Cheetahs are fast, but not faster than a diving peregrine falcon.
Some animals produce venom that is lethal to both their prey and to humans, but scientists are finding ways to use these compounds as medicine.
Bengals, Savannahs, and Toygers, explained.
The Flow Hive allows beekeepers to access honey without taking bees out of their hive.
Chimpanzees are very smart animals, so why can’t they speak? Tara is here to explain how a gene mutation allows humans to speak, but not chimps.