It’s dangerous to go alone — take some friends.
It’s the first time we’ve seen inter-species cooperation in birds.
Making new friends take time. A new study quantified how long it takes, on average, for an acquaintance to climb our social circle.
It’s not you, it’s them. Well, it’s you a bit, too.
We often cherish our closest friends as if they were family. Well, this isn’t actually too far from the truth, considering a new study from the University of California, San Diego, and Yale University found friends who aren’t biologically related resemble each other genetically. In fact, on average friends are as “related” as fourth cousins or people who share great-great-great