Scientists have found that the strontium chemical signature in salmons' "ear bones" could reveal critical habitats for fish threatened by climate change, industrial development and overfishing.
Climate change is having some impacts and now, scientists have discovered that it's influencing the spread of a pesky insect. It turns out that it's helping the potato leafhopper to spread across the United States.
There is huge financial incentive for poachers to sell animal parts. Now, though, researchers have taken a closer look at this trend to see if there's anyway way to stop this particular issue.
A new genomic study may tell scientists a bit more about the evolution of insect society in bees.
Scientists may have discovered a new potential trigger for volcanic eruptions. They've found that a pressure drop associated with a structure known as a sill may actually trigger a volcanic eruption.
Scientists have discovered the first warm-blooded fish in the world: the opah, or moonfish.
How do ants increase their chances of survival? They use their jaws. Scientists have discovered that some species of trap-jaw ants use their spring-loaded mandibles to hurl themselves out of harm's way.
What's causing the thinning of one of Antarctica's largest ice shelves? Researchers have taken a closer look at the Larsen C Ice Shelf to learn a bit more about this thinning ice.
What kills galaxies and causes them to fade away over time? That's a good question and now, a new study reveals the method if not the murderer: strangulation.
Beekeepers across the United States may have lost more than 40 percent of their honey bee colonies between April 2014 and April 2015.
Female lemurs may behave a bit more like guys, thanks to some testosterone. While males rule in most of the animal world, lemurs have a very different social pecking order--and scientists may have found out why.
It turns out that some animals may create their own sunscreen. Scientists have found that fish produce their own protection from the sun and have now copied the method for potential use in humans.