The Curiosity rover, which is designed to explore Mars, has found an ancient oasis on Mars. Researchers working with the Curiosity rover have found salt-enriched…
While automakers think about how to surprise buyers, neuroscientists think about a three-way brain connection to allow three people share their thoughts – and also…View More Scientists Have Connected Brains of Three People with the Mission of BrainNet
Do you meet these type of large mosquitos,called gallinipper mosquitoes (or Psorophora ciliata)? Yes, they exist, and today’s article is devoted to them. Some days ago, Cassie Vadovsky, a local resident from North Carolina has met a terrible situation better to say she greeted enormous mosquitoes known as Psorophora ciliate. “It was like a flurry — like it was snowing mosquitos,” she said. “I think my car agitated them. I waited for them to calm down before I grabbed the kids and the ran into the house.”View More Enormous Gallinipper Mosquitoes Are 20 Times Larger Than Others
Scientists have trained a spider to jump on demand, so that they can built better robots. According to researchers’ study the diminutive arachnid that is called Kim, can jump six times her body length from a standing start. Humans in comparison with spiders can only manage to jump about 1,5 lengths.View More Spider Is Trained to Jump So That Scientists Can Build Better Robots
World’s oldest spider Trapdoor has died at the age of 43. The 43-year-old female Giaus Villosus the oldest spider trapdoor was known as “Number 16”. Trapdoor Spiders have a long life span, between 5 to 20 years, but this one lived 43 years, and it is considered the world’s oldest spider. So according to researchers the spider did not die of old age but was killed by a wasp sting.View More Why World’s Oldest Spider Has Died?
The brain of spiders is also distributed among their legs which make us to say that spiders are partially thinking with their legs.View More Tiny Spiders Think With Their Legs