How important are trees? They apparently save lives. Scientists found that trees save more than 850 human lives per year and prevent about 670,000 incidents of acute respiratory systems.
Scientists have taken a closer look when it comes to understanding the strength of massive hurricanes in order to better predict the intensity of these storms.
The staff at the London Zoo was delighted to announce the arrival of a squirrel monkey baby, born earlier this month.
The mighty dinosaurs might have survived the asteroid strike that wiped them out from earth if it had taken place before or after the fact.
A new species of mayfly was discovered in the southern Western Ghats, belonging to the genus Labiobaetics.
Recent findings published in the journal Environmental Pollution found that trees save more than 850 human lives and prevent 670,000 cases of acute respiratory symptoms annually, according to U.S. Forest Services.
How widespread are insecticides? They're apparently leaching into our water supplies. Scientists have taken a closer look at neonicotinoid insecticides in the Midwestern United States and have found that they're present in our rivers.
Caecilians - amphibians that resemble worms - have unique ears that can sense underground vibrations, scientists reveal.
Twycross zoo is thrilled to announce the arrival of a pair of Amur leopards - world's rarest big cats.
Scientists have taken a closer look at how light pollution impacts species of birds, such as blue tits.
Migratory songbirds are disappearing and now, conservationists are taking a closer look at what might be happening to them.