Paul Williams, a filmmaker working with BBC Wildlife, has rescued Rob the Sri Lankan palm squirrel after his mother left him alone in the wilderness. Williams has returned to the UK, leaving Rob with a high-class hotel in Sri Lanka that will feed him until he is ready to leave.
The Toxoplasma parasite is an unusually devious operator. When it infects mice, it alters their behaviour so they become fearless enough to seek out cats and get eaten. But exactly how it did this was a mystery.
If you thought a cold was bad get a real scare by watching 10 horrifying incurable diseases.
In Japan, the “donut” on the foreheads become famous trend recently, started to gain popularity in the West. And all thanks goes to the program “Taboo” on the channel National Geographic. Such modification is done by injecting saline into forehead, then a swollen bump appears on forehead, which makes circular recess inside, forming a kind of bagel. Keep this donut from 16 hours to a day.
By any and all measures, Einstein was a genius. But what made him so different from any other person? Turns out his brain was wired in a very different way! Anthony takes a look inside to show you the ways in which Einstein’s brain was both different and similar to yours.
Synthetic weed. It’s legal, readily available, and sending dozens of people to the hospital. It may be responsible for three deaths. Annie Gaus tell us what’s in this stuff, and why it’s garnering so much attention.