The photo above comes to us from a remote part of the Andes, at the base of the active volcano Socompa. Lake Socompa is situated here and its whitish stomatolites (a type of layered sediment
Have you ever looked up at the night sky and wondered what kinds of life might exist out there? Well, you can look down – at your belly button that is – and wonder the
This month in PLoS ONE news: Penguin populations recorded from outer space, super strength bacteria discovered in caves, and much more! Satellite mapping provides the first comprehensive record of the Emperor Penguin population in Antarctica.
Komodo dragons are fascinating creatures – they are huge, they are aggressive and dangerous, and they are venomous! But they also have bacteria in their mouths and it was hypothesized, especially before the venom was