Antarctic glaciers may be more sensitive to climate change than we thought.
Scientists have taken a closer look at an Antarctic octopus that thrives in ice-cold water and have found that it uses a unique strategy to transport oxygen in its blood.
Science World Report interviewed entomologist and Hollywood "bug wrangler" Diana Terranova about her obsession with bugs dating back to her childhood, caring for her insects and working behind the scenes to help actors get comfortable with her real-life creepy crawlies.
Scientists are learning a bit more about herders from northern Africa that lived nearly 2,000 years ago by examining ancient teeth.
It turns out that an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere may just increase drought in the tropics. Scientists have taken a closer look at what effects CO2 might have on the environment and have found that it has the potential to intensity extreme droughts.
Scientists have analyzed changes in the climate that occur over several decades and have found that the changes are happening faster than at historical levels and are also starting to speed up.
Dogs have earned the phrase "man's best friend" for quite some time. They've believed to have been domesticated since 15,000 years ago, evolving from wolves just about when humans were making their first settlements.
Climate change is impacting birds across the world as seasons shift. Now, though, scientists have taken a closer look at the white-collared manakin and have found that habitat degradation and climate shifts may impact this species survival.
Scientists have identified more than 100 areas within U.S. waters that should be considered biologically important when making management and regulatory decisions about human activities.
A rare family of Amur tigers has been caught on camera.
The tasty blue crab, prized for its tender meat, may be impacted by climate change. Scientists are discovering this species as much as 80 miles north of its native range as temperatures warm.