Scientists have found that the risk of a shark white attack for individual ocean users in California has fallen by a staggering 91 percent since 1950. Now, researchers may have found out why that is.
Scientists have discovered that pandas manage their bamboo diet because they essentially evolved to be extremely lazy.
Seabird populations have actually dropped by a staggering 70 percent since the 1950s. These findings, in particular, are a stark indication that marine ecosystems are rapidly declining.
A new review reveals that global sea levels have risen at least 20 feet above present levels on multiple occasions over the past three million years.
Climate change is causing bumblebees to decline in force. Now, scientists have conducted the most comprehensive study to date of the impacts of climate change on critical pollinators.
Decreased physical activity in mammals can lead to significant bone loss and increased fracture risk over time. Yet this is not quite the case for the black bear (Ursus americanus), who is physically inactive for up to six months annually but somehow manages to keep a strong, healthy skeletal struct...
It turns out that some plants have the ability to actually lure in bats for a little extra fertilizer.
When hiking up a mountain, it might not just be to test your limits or to be closer to nature. It could also be to check your Facebook, email or surf the web, in genearl. At least, this might be the case for some hikers after they've made the trek up Japan's Mount Fuji, a snowy mountain that's more ...
It's well known that large volcanic eruptions can impact the climate. Now, scientists have found that volcanic eruptions may be responsible for cooling the Earth during the early Roman period.
As climate change continues, we may be in for some heavier rain. Heavy rainfall events have been increasing strikingly in the past 30 years and now, scientists have taken a closer look at what might cause these events.
Sharks are important for the health of our world's oceans. Now, scientists have started an effort to count world sharks with the help of baited cameras.