Your eyes aren't fooling you. This frog looks a lot like Kermit from The Muppets. Scientists have discovered a new species of glassfrog in the jungles of Costa Rica with quite the striking appearance.
Deep beneath the waves, strange and alien-like creatures haunt the depths of our ocean. One of them is the vampire squid, a cephalopod that lives at ocean depths from 500 to 3,000 meters.
New research published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal shows that pets can transmit illnesses to people; a health problem that could be particularly problematic for those with weakened immune systems, children and the elderly.
Scientists have discovered an invasive, parasitic fly on the Galapagos Islands may have come from mainland South America.
Microalgae may be the fuel of the future. Scientists have found that microalgae offer a highly promising alternative to petroleum products without competing for resources used in the food industry.
Wildfires may be more of a problem than first anticipated. Scientists have found that California's wildfires and deforestation are contributed more than expected to the state's greenhouse gas emissions.
The Greenland Ice Sheet is continuing to darken as temperatures warm. Scientists have found that the darkening ice sheet is due to climate change.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Now, they've determined what effect it had on marine organisms such as oysters, conch, shrimp, corals and marine plankton.
Rabies is responsible for an alarming number of deaths every year, according to a recent report from the Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC). In fact, researchers estimate that as many as 60,000 people die from it each year.
There may be a natural way to help coastal ecosystems: fish pee.
Drawing on recent breakthroughs, they've taken a comprehensive look at how life in the ocean has responded to environmental change from the Triassic to the Anthropocene.