Speaking of regularly spaced circles, I observed something similar in southern Utah from a helicopter in 2019 (see the photo at the top).
The difficulty of finding your way back home from a long distance is partly solved in a tiny ant’s brain.
Eric Cassell asks, “How did these complex programmed behaviors originate?” The question deserves a better answer than, “They evolved.”
New technologies are giving scientists global information on a wide variety of bird species.
Annaka Harris, neuroscience and physics writer, starts by casting doubt on human consciousness.