Scientists have found that two closely related viruses that have been introduced to northern Spain in recent years may have led to the collapse of three different species of amphibian.
A massive mountain range may be behind an explosion of life that occurred 600 million years ago.
Stone Zoo announced the arrival of a colobus monkey that was born on Oct. 14.
It turns out that when it comes to eating ants, chimps prefer specific tools. Scientists have found that West African chimpanzees will search far and wide to find a spindly shrub whose straight shoots provide ideal tools for hunting aggressive army ants.
It turns out that hydraulic fracturing, known commonly as fracking, may be triggering earthquakes. Scientists have found that fracking caused a series of small earthquakes in 2013 on a previously unmapped fault in Harrison County, Ohio.
Archaeologists have uncovered some bizarre fossils that may just be related to us. The 500-million-year-old blind water creatures, known was vetulicolians, may be in the same group that includes vertebrate animals, such as humans.
Crocodiles have been around for millions of years. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at the ancient crocodiles that once roamed the world's seas and have found that they developed in similar ways to their modern-day relatives.
Three endangered Sumatran tiger cubs were born last Wednesday at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium.
Not all kangaroo families liked to hop. Scientists have discovered an ancient kangaroo that lived 100,000 years ago that walked on two legs like a human rather than hopping or lumbering away on all fours.
It's National Fossil Day, which means that we're taking a closer look at these ancient remnants of a time long past.
How does a bird deal with turbulence? The answer may be in their collapsible wings. By placing a "black box" flight recording on an eagle's back, scientists have found how birds manage to deal with turbulent winds.