Neuroscientists may have plenty of bottom-up data about the brain, but they're far from using that data to understand how the organ works. The post How an Atari Chip Set Off a Bitter War Among Neuroscientists appeared first on WIRED.
The albatross has wings that span up to 11 feet, and it uses them to cross entire oceans. The post The Enormous Bird That Can Ride the Wind for 10,000 Miles appeared first on WIRED.
What oh what will a nearly spherical fish do to avoid being swept away? Suction itself to the seafloor, that's what. The post The Achingly Cute Fish With a Suction Cup on Its Belly appeared first on WIRED.
It's got a name almost as long and threatening as its string of clones. The post The Critter That's Mushy as a Jellyfish and Long as a Whale appeared first on WIRED.
You've got things wrong about spiders. The post Let the Jumping Spiders Leap Into Your Heart (Metaphorically) appeared first on WIRED.
If the coati had a rich internal life, it would probably be having a major identity crisis. The post The Coati Is Part Raccoon, Part Monkey, and Part Pig appeared first on WIRED.