This year's theme for World Environment Day is "Think, Eat, Save." What will you be doing to make a difference?
Sharks are disappearing from the world's oceans. Now scientists have discovered that sharks are worth more in the ocean than in a bowl of soup.
Since the 1980s, scientists have noticed green foliage flourishing across the globe in satellite images. Now, new research reveals that foliage in arid regions is springing to life partly due to an increase in carbon dioxide.
There may be more evidence for life on Mars. Researchers have discovered that a chemical reaction between iron-containing minerals and water may produce enough hydrogen "food" to sustain microbial communities living in pores and cracks within the enormous volume of rock below the ocean floor and par...
Humans can compare the present with the past. Now, new research reveals that such comparisons give individuals an evolutionary advantage--including among animals.
Residents have spotted pink slugs slinking through the dew-dampened peak of Mount Kaputar in New South Wales.
According to a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, if the trends in climate change continue to occur, then within the next century, salmon and other native freshwater fish in California will become extinct, surrendering their habitats to the non-native fish.
Scientists suggest that the origin of the turtle shell dates back to some 40 million years prior to what was assumed.
It turns out that the deforestation of the Brazilian rainforest has more impacts than we thought. Scientists have discovered that in areas that have been impacted by humans, palm tree seeds have evolved to be far smaller than their undisturbed counterparts.
he U.S. National Hurricane Center said that the original hurricane weakened to a tropical storm by the evening. However, the storm has brought a heavy downpour that has killed two and left many missing.
The latest craze for mothers-to-be may be giving birth with the Dolphins.