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Flowers use a variety of strategies to inform pollinating insects about their pollen reserves, including color, smell and even electrical changes.
Crocodiles appeared to rescue a dog that had been chased into a river, and scientists said this unusual behavior could indicate empathy — but others are skeptical.
Scientists have discovered flowering plants were largely unscathed by the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) mass extinction event 66 million years ago, allowing them to take advantage of the new, dinosaur-free planet.
Henon bamboo flowers only once every 120 years then vanishes for years, and researchers have no idea how it regenerates.
A new study debunks the idea that Neanderthals buried a man on a bed of flowers about 75,000 years ago.
Scientists in Brazil may have observed the first example of an amphibian pollinating a flowering plant.
Ancient bouquets found under Teotihuacan pyramid in Mexico may have been offerings to a fertility god.
This is the first time that a flower has been found to mimic the scent of dead insects, according to a new study.
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