In her new book, Venomous, molecular biologist Christie Wilcox goes in-depth exploring the culture and history of venom. VICE sat down with her for a chat about her interest in the world's deadliest creatures.
A new study shows male mice with no y-chromosome genes can still reproduce, with a little help.
Is the California blue whale the poster child for marine mammal recovery?
The months-long process of thawing, inflating, preserving and displaying a blue whale's heart has never been done before.
The ambitious survey was the largest trap camera study to date.
But other mammals have their own mutations, which might open the door to new cancer treatments.
Why protein analysis is the new kid on the paleontological block.
The discovery of two new “mammaliaform” fossils are a testament to the badassery of our earliest forebears.
Several animals can already do photosynthesis. Will humans follow suit?
A customer called the cops when he noticed that the furry thing in the stroller wearing a diaper was a kangaroo.
When mammals emerge from hibernation, a protein called RBM3 helps to regenerate connections between dormant brain cells — a process which scientists have now been able to simulate in laboratory mice.