The slowdown of physical activity during adolescence is not likely caused by lifestyle and environment but by energy demands placed on the body as it grows.
A new paper shows that rapid evolution in bats may account for the animals’ extraordinary ability to both host and survive infections as well as avoid cancer.
Between different species, larger relative brain size is associated with cognitive benefits that favour survival.
In response to a high-competition environment, Trinidadian killifish evolve larger brains, increasing their fitness and survival rates.
The human ability to teach and our use of complex tools may have evolved together, according to new research.
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