This article dispels the myth that hair and nails continue to grow after death by discussing the biological processes and presenting scientific evidence.
A broad category referring to the study of the physical universe including nature and biology.
We assume humans are very different from plants. The surprising truth is that humans share around 50% of their DNA with bananas.
It is true that Turritopsis dohrnii, known as the “immortal jellyfish,” can avoid death from old age through a unique process called transdifferentiation.
Unlike most animals, which possess only one heart, an octopus has three hearts.
The claim that cows have best friends is rooted in scientific research. Studies have shown that cows are social creatures, forming strong bonds with specific individuals in their herd.
Lightning has been a source of both wonder and fear for centuries. Among the numerous myths and misconceptions associated with this powerful natural event is the claim that “lightning never strikes the same place twice.” Nevertheless, how accurate is this statement?
Bats are not blind. While they rely heavily on echolocation to navigate and find food, they also have functional eyes and can see.
Goldfish possess a memory span far exceeding three seconds. Research has demonstrated that their memory can last for several months.
We have all seen pictures of a bright yellow sun in children’s books and art, but have you ever wondered if the sun is actually yellow?
A lichen isn’t. a plant, it is a dual organism that is both a fungus and algae. The term symbiosis was even coined to describe this phenomenon.