Most scientists agree that climate change is occurring as more and more greenhouse gases enter our planet's atmosphere. But Did you know that most of the measurements that are taken are actually estimated?
A recent study found that there is a decline in marine diversity over the last several decades, fish populations have declined by 75 percent while the population for marine vertebrates has decreased significantly.
It turns out that a certain snail may not be going extinct quite yet. Scientists have found that the endangered Chittenango ovate amber snail can be successfully bred in the lab.
Researchers may have uncovered the smallest snail in the world. The miniscule snails, which were collected in China, are so small that they are called "microsnails."
Marine biologist David Gruber recorded a biofluorescent sea turtle the first time, while filming for National Geographic in the Solomon Islands.
New York City may face future flood risks as climate change continues. Scientists have found that as sea levels rise and as storms worsen, the city may be in for some rising waters during hurricanes.
Climate change may negatively affect birth weight. Scientists have found that as temperatures warm, human mothers are giving birth to children with a lower birth weight.
What color are extinct animals? That's a good question. Now, scientists have discovered a way to detect pigment in mammal fossils, which may show researchers what ancient animals once looked like.
It turns out that fish really do care about each other. Scientists have found that pair of rabbitfish will cooperate and support each other while feeding.
It turns out that heat waves just may hit heat islands the hardest. Scientists have found that as the planet warms with climate changes, cities will be hit especially hard by the heat.
Scientists have found that these crabs may soon become high-level predators in Antarctic marine ecosystems where they haven't played a role in tens of millions of years.