Imagination!! Stranger than science fiction, The anglerfish exist now.

In 1833, a nearly perfectly spherical fish showed up on the shores of Greenland and was brought to Copenhagen, Denmark, by zoologist Johannes Christopher Hagemann Reinhardt. According to Ted Pietsch, a systematist and evolutionary biologist, this species — later identified as the footballfish, Himantolophus groenlandicus, or the man-gobbler — was the first anglerfish found in…

The Mammoth Genomes Breaks out in the DNA Sequences Record

Researchers collected DNA from more than a million-year-old fossil, shedding light on the woolly mammoth and Columbian mammoth roots. Scientists have recovered DNA from more than a million-year-old mammoth fossil discovered in Siberian permafrost. This DNA, the oldest genetic evidence found to date, sheds light on the evolutionary origins of woolly and Columbian mammoths. It…