Understanding Earth's carbon cycle is a huge part of better understanding climate change. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at the world's global carbon pumps by examining the ocean's phytoplankton.
Is evolution predictable? That's the question that scientists asked themselves in this latest study as they explored bioluminescence.
The stegosaur may have been a herbivore, but it was no pushover in a fight. New evidence reveals that a predatory allosaur was stabbed to death by a stegosaurus, showing that this dinosaur wasn't one to think lightly of.
Researchers at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville have discovered that fish like to have a bit of fun, too. According to recent findings published in the journal Ethology, life is simply not just about work.
Could climate be causing goats to shrink? Scientists have taken a look at alpine goats and have found that they're becoming smaller as they react to shifts in climate.
Scientists are learning a bit more about the world in which dinosaurs lived, thanks to the efforts of one researcher. Ryan McKellar examines pieces of amber found buried with dinosaur skeletons in order to study the world in which they lived.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the antibiotic content in farm-raised fish.
Scientists may have just uncovered the origins of sex. Scientists have discovered ancient fossils of armored fishes, called placoderms, that reveal the creatures in the process of mating.
Can you imagine fish playing? It turns out that they may be more social and playful creatures than we once though. Scientists have documented the first example of fish engaging in "play."
A massive debris pile discovered in a giant sinkhole in the Hawaiian Islands reveals that at least one mammoth tsunami has struck the islands in the past. The findings show that it's possible that a similar tsunami could strike Hawaii in the future.
Scientists have long known that artificial light can impact the behavior of animals. Now, they've discovered that light can increase foraging time in black birds.