Researchers have found exactly how honeybees manage to keep their cool in a new study.
A genetic analysis of Antarctic fur seals in addition to decades of monitoring has shown that these seals have significantly changed due to shifts in food availability associated with climate conditions.
Like humans, dogs also express jealousy when their owners spend more time with other dogs, a new study reveals.
Scientists have taken a closer look at how smart crows actually are and have found that they just may be smarter than a four-year-old human.
A new finding reveals that a major rise has been witnessed in the number of patients suffering from venomous brown recluse spider bites.
The phrase "blind as a bat" may no longer be an accurate statement for those with eye issues. A recent study published in the journal Nature Communications found that bats look for polarized patterns of light so that they can properly navigate through the sky.
Researchers reveal that African elephants have the largest number of olfactory genes - twice of that found in dogs and five times more than that in humans.
Scientists have examined the survival rates of 12 shark species when captured as unintentional bycatch in commercial longline fishing and have found that some sharks may be more at risk than once thought.
Freezing isn't normally a good thing. For frogs in Alaska, though, this is just a normal part of the year. Scientists have found that freezing and thawing may help wood frogs each autumn as they prepared to survive Alaska's cold winter
A team of entomologists have discovered what may be the world's largest flying aquatic insect with huge gross pincers.
Scientists have discovered the first mammal that uses polarized light to navigate, and it happens to be a bat. It turns out that the greater mouse-eared bat uses polarization patterns in the sky in order to find its way.
Could Antarctic sea ice not be expanding as fast as usual? Scientists have found that much of the increase measured for this sea ice could simply be due to a processing error in satellite data, which could have major implications for climate models.