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It's one of the biggest, fastest, and warmest fish in the sea -- and it's also one of the most sought after, and one of the most threatened. In this segment, Ira and guests talk tuna.
Cold-water fish and snow-dwelling insects have evolved antifreeze proteins to avoid icing up. This natural antifreeze also keeps the ice out of some ice creams.
Tiktaalik roseae was a fish that had scales, gills, and limb-like front fins.
Maurizio Porfiri designed a robotic fish that attract real fish. Now he’s trying to understand why.
Two scientists discuss food safety and environmental concerns associated with transgenic salmon.
Ira Flatow and guests share science funnies and discover an element of humor (pu...
Researchers have tickled gorillas, bonobos, chimps and humans in an effort to un...
Do 'science' and 'comedy' go together?
Can hearty laughter have some of the same physiological effects as exercise?
Smile, smile, smile. Happiness may be catching.
Author Scott Weems lets us in on the jokes and uncovers the science of humor.