Your questions answered about your world
Plants talk and share resources using an underground network called the "Wood Wide Web"
Bumblebees can learn to score goals for sugary rewards
When we sing, we exercise our heart and lungs
The smallest dinosaur was around the size of a pigeon
Dancing makes us feel good...but dancing together is even better
Singapore's solutions to reduce short-sightedness
Traditional healers are now joining forces with medics in parts of rural South Africa
By turning ant brains into algorithms, scientists have made self-navigating robots
Does the threat of being excluded change children’s behaviour?
These creations are helping comfort children during their cancer treatment
In cool environments, our comfort depends on the temperature of our hands and feet
When certain spoken phrases are repeated, they turn into music
A dog's eyebrows can influence how quickly it finds a new home
Rudolph the reindeer is castrated, because he still has his antlers in December
Fungal ecologist Dr Merlin Sheldrake reveals how plants talk using large fungal networks
Scientists have found thousands of new species living in our household dust
Pound for pound, the dung beetle is a contender for world’s strongest animal
Care home residents are decorating their zimmer frames to make them more identifiable
Cosmologist Dr Andrew Pontzen explains how your body would 'spaghettify'
How arguments among siblings can be a helpful learning tool
Cat nav is normally pretty accurate, so why do our furry friends sometimes lose their way?
Dr Julian Hume's paintings highlight the effect extinctions can have on entire ecosystems
Reindeer may be able to ignore their body clocks to cope with long days and nights
Our weather patterns would change dramatically - turning deserts wet and wetlands dry
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