For one thing, there are several species of hazelnuts, including a couple native to North America.
The practice of eating fatty goose livers dates back to at least 2500 BCE. Is there a humane way to produce it?
An entomologist explains why not to.
The mystery of the Irisk Elk's giant antlers attracted the attention of famous evolutionary biologist Steven Jay Gould.
The issues aren’t limited to extreme weather events or pest attacks.
How the proliferation of pesticides like DDT almost undid the Peregrine falcon.
The industrial method of meat harvesting wastes a lot of food. Eco-conscious butchers are changing that.
And all I got were these fascinating observations of parasitic ants that kidnap other ants.
A "cleaner station" is a sort of undersea business, a place where large, often predatory, fish go to have parasites removed.
A Curious Reader asks: When my dog gets that “hang dog” expression after I scold her for misbehavior, is she really ashamed?