Do it like they do on the discovery channel, Jess Ferguson explores animals getting jiggy with it
Menstruation can be a pain but we all know it is a necessary process crafted by Mother Nature to allow us to reproduce. However, whilst we are a unique species, many other animals also menstruate
Did you know homosexuality can be found elsewhere in nature? In time for LGBTQ+ history month we talk about the ‘coming out’ stories of some of the world’s favourite animals, and how they could change people’s perceptions of LGBTQ+ people.
The animal column is back with more weird facts: This week we looked into the weird and wonderful range of male anatomy in primates
Anna van der Zwaluw explores the surprising truth on what dinosaurs actually looked liked.
Rosemary Russett reviews Circus 1903 at the Lowry
Alex Hope recounts his memorable experience as an anti-poaching ranger for rhinos and the challenges he faced whilst living in South Africa
This week, Senior Science & Technology Reporter, Serena Holloway, tackles the ongoing debate on animal testing in pharmaceutical development
Manchester and Edinburgh researchers identify specialist cells responsible for seasonal adaptations in mammals
All species should be treated equally – so why aren’t they?
The arrival of a new okapi calf at local Chester Zoo is a vital step for the conservation of this endangered species
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy talks to Awkward Productions’ Linus Karp about his new show, how to live a jellicle life: life lessons from the 2019 hit movie musical ‘cats’
We might find plants appealing to look at, but to each other the sex appeal is rampant
Have you ever wondered why some people have different coloured eyes? Read more to find out why they occur
Awkward Productions’ hit one-man show arrives in Manchester next month