New findings published in the journal Animal Behavior show that for wild banded mongooses in Uganda, they're either cooperative or quite selfish in life.
Researchers at the University of Southampton in England are working on the development of a vaccine to save the Tasmanian devil from a rare infectious cancer that is threatening to wipe out remaining populations, known as Devil Facial Tumor Disease.
New findings published in the open-access journal PhytoKeys discuss the discovery of two new tropical plant species from the Hoya genus.
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Corals may be able to adapt to climate change. Scientists have discovered a threatened coral species that lives in deeper waters off of the U.S. Virgin Islands is more fertile than its shallow-water counterparts, which could have important implications for conservation efforts.
The cool summer of 2013 boosted the amount of Arctic sea ice, but that doesn't mean that the Arctic isn't still at risk. Scientists have discovered that the sea ice increased by a third after the summer of 2013.
Could be extend our lives by changing our RNA? Scientists have made a breakthrough in decoding the aging process and how to dramatically slow it down.
The year 2015 is on track to be the hottest on record after June saw record-high temperatures.
Not all animals are going to suffer from warming oceans. Scientists have found that marine species with large ranges will actually be able to extend their territories faster in response to climate change.
The Jurassic period wasn't only an age for dinosaurs; it was also an age for mammals. Scientists have found that mammals evolved ten times faster in the middle of the Jurassic than they were at the end of the period.
It turns out that the volume of Arctic sea ice increased by as much as a third after the summer of 2013.
New findings published in the journal Global Ecology and Biogeography examine a worldwide study on animals and the seeds they eat, including a long-held assumption that still holds true: larger animals mainly stick to larger seeds. But just what does this mean for the environment?