Living jewels of dazzling beauty inhabit the rainforests of Central and South America.
What if we could design tape and adhesives that automatically cleaned themselves every time they got dirty or wet?
Does a “primitive” frog show how frog-hopping evolved?
The remote forests of Central America are home to little amphibians that go to great lengths to ensure their next clutch of offspring survives.
Scientists have officially recorded a frog, Barbourula kalimantanensis, that has no lungs but instead breathes through its skin.
During conversations about creation and evolution it has become apparent to me that most people regard the two ideas as merely philosophical matters related only to the past.