Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Given to Great Apes in San Diego Zoo

Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Given to Great Apes in San Diego Zoo

Several bonobos and orangutans residing at the San Deigo Zoo have received a COVID-19 vaccine which has been specialized for animals. These great apes are the first known non-human’s to receive this experimental COVID-19 vaccine. One of the orangutans that received the shot was Karen, who was the first ape in the world to have […]

Three Glow-in-the-Dark Sharks Found Off the Coast of New Zealand

Three Glow-in-the-Dark Sharks Found Off the Coast of New Zealand

Belgian and New Zealand researchers have discovered three very interesting shark species off the coast of New Zealand. These three sharks glow-in-the-dark. This discovery includes the largest known luminescent vertebrate — the kitefin shark. It is also known as the Dalatias licha which can grow up to five feet and nine inches long. This discovery was technically […]

Kissing Is Part of Human Heritage

Kissing Is Part of Human Heritage

The first act of kissing was documented around 3,500 years ago. Sanskrit scriptures depicted kissing-like behavior that influenced various Eastern religions. Both Sumerian and Egyptian poetry speak about kisses. In the book of Genesis — in the Old Testament — there was a reference to Isaac asking his son Jacob to kiss him. Scientists have […]