It turns out that pet owners have problems facing their cat's kill count. Scientists have looked at the attitudes of pet owners and have found that many simply ignore how much their cats hunt.
Scientists may have discovered a new species of firefly in California. While college student Joshua Oliva was hiking, he managed to uncover a new species of this insect.
Do rats dream? They apparently do. When rats rest, their brains simulate journeys to a desired future, such as a tasty treat, according to new research.
It turns out that vast quantities of ocean water don't just circulate through the ocean itself; it also circulates through the seafloor.
It turns out that there may be more endangered pygmy sloths in Panama than previously estimated. Researchers have found that the population size of the pygmy sloth hasn't been properly counted.
It turns out that mosquitoes and humans may be in an evolutionary arms race. Each time you put on bug spray in the summer, you're striking at these insects-and they're adapting.
Understanding ocean mixing a bit better may help scientists better understand climate.
Glacial quakes may actually help researchers track massive ice loss.
Corals may already be adapting to global warming.
It turns out that genetically modified wheat may be falling a bit short. The GMO, which was designed to repel aphids, hasn't managed to do so in a field test.
Starfish that clone themselves actually live longer. Scientists have found that starfish that reproduce through cloning avoid aging to a greater extent than those that propagate through sexual reproduction.