17 Things Humans Do That Dogs Dislike

We love our pups they are much that it hurts to think we could be doing something that our dogs dislike. Or that makes them uncomfortable, sad, or scared. They love us they are much in return that sometimes, they don’t make it obvious when we’re doing something they hate. Since they can’t tell us, … Read more

Archeologists Trace Back How Ancient Humans Tamed Fire 1 Million Years ago

Fire has served its many purposes for ancient humans up to modern ones, providing light, cooked food, warmth, and universally accepted as essential to human life, although, uncontrolled natural fires such as ones caused by lightning also lead to disasters and habitat destruction. If you are to trace back how and when fire was first … Read more

Lung Cancer Immunotherapy: Dogs Help Find New Protein to Fend Malignant Tumors Off, Even on Humans

Lung cancer is one of the most notorious forms of malignant tumors or cancerous lumps in general. It could cause lethal health repercussions, especially if the cancer cells spread uncontrollably within the body’s organs and its tissues. For years, the scientific community has attempted to conduct various ways in the area of ​​lung cancer diagnosis … Read more

Container-Loving Cat Receives Amazing Gift From His Humans

An adorable orange tabby named Oliver has earned his owner, Robin, over 100,000 followers on TikTok by sharing his hilarious, quirky antics. Robin rescued Oliver from the streets of Nashville when he was just a newborn – his eyes weren’t even open yet! Baby Oliver was very sick at the time of his rescue, and … Read more

New Study Reveals How Humans Respond to Abrupt Climate Change During the ‘8.2 Ka Event’ in Europe

Human foraging response on the Atlantic coast of Europe was able to adapt to the abrupt climate change linked to the cooling and drying temperatures of the so-called “8.2 ka event,” according to a new study. The event was long believed by climate scientists and the wide scientific community to have impacted human societies during … Read more

5 Animals With Longest Lifespan: These Creatures Can Outlive Most Humans!

Growing old is something that no one wants to think about. Despite our various attempts to avoid or delay the aging process, it appears to be an unavoidable aspect of life. While there are strategies to reduce (or speed) the onset of senescence, it will nonetheless happen one way or another. Only a few animals, … Read more

Genetic Link Found Between the Development of Humans and Sea Anemones

A chromosome connected to auditory maturation in adults has recently been associated with perceptual growth in marine invertebrates as well. The pou-iv (pow-four) genotype is discovered in the appendages of the starlet sea anemone also known to its name of Nematostella vectensis performs an important role in the organism’s sensory perception. Sea Anemones and Humans … Read more

Cave in Bulgaria Revealed New Information on Migration of Ancient Humans

A genetic analysis of ancient bones found in a Bulgarian cave last year provides the earliest known evidence of the modern humans in Europe, 45,000 years ago. The remains, whoever it belonged to, were potentially more closely related to present-day East Asian populations of their day than with today’s Europeans. Recently, researchers from the Universities … Read more

An Ancient Tsunami-Unleashing Earthquake 3800 Years Aug Sent Humans into Hiding for a Thousand Years

The largest quake in history triggered a tsunami that struck northern Chile 3,800 years ago and had brought severe devastation to coastal populations that it took 1,000 years for humans to return to shore. According to scientists, the ancient “super-quake” had a magnitude of about 9.5, so powerful that it led to a tsunami throwing … Read more

Farm animals and humans should be treated the same, children say | Animal welfare

Children think farm animals deserve to be treated as well as human beings but lose this belief in adolescence, a groundbreaking study has found. Researchers from the universities of Exeter and Oxford asked a group of British children aged nine to 11, young adults aged 18 to 21 and older men and women about their … Read more