In the Animal Kingdom, there are species that employ a variety of techniques to hunt their prey. But one of the most brutal methods is the one employed by the Secretary Bird.
The global footprint of nitrogen has been mapped for the very first time. Encompassing 188 countries, the new map reveals that the United States, China, India and Brazil are responsible for 46 percent of the world's nitrogen emissions.
Oil in the ocean doesn't sound like a good thing-especially after something like the massive Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Now, though, researchers have found that life thrives above natural oil seeps in the form of phytoplankton.
The 2016 Environmental Performance Index has now rated the world's top and worst performers.
Researchers found new dinosaur fossils in Gujarat, which is also known as India's Jurassic Park. The newly found fossils are millions of years old.
How long have pet cats been around?
Aegean wall lizards are at risk whenever they're out in the open to get a bit of sun. Now, scientists have found how these lizards have adapted to prevent predation when they sun themselves on rocks.
Why have a regular bonsai tree when you can have one that floats?
The vice president and director of the New York Aquarium, Jon Dohlin, sat down with Science World Report to talk about the recently discovered Great South Bay sand tiger shark nursery ground and the aquarium's plans for future conservation.
Scientists have found that a zebra's stripes don't act as protection against predators. Instead, it could be that the stripes are for communication.
New findings published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B suggest that exposure to an environmental toxin that's linked to algae bloods could increase the risk of neurodegenerative disease.