Atlantic salmon, known as the king of fish, displays an astonishing ability to adjust to warmer temperatures, a new study discovers.
Researchers from Brigham Young University in London are working to eradicate fatal sleeping sickness that plaques parts of equatorial Africa. According to findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), researchers found that eliminating high concentrations of tsets...
Each year, mallard ducks migrate from Canada to the American Midwest and back again. Now, scientists have learned a bit more about this migration by using new remote satellite tracking technology to map this feat for the first time.
Scientists have found a new way to manage stink bug populations, which may give farmers the help they need when it comes to combating these pests.
Starvation may not just impact an individual; it could also affect future generations.
Paleontologists may have just uncovered the preserved brain of one of our planet's first known predators.
In 2006, a group of humans that walked on all fours was made famous by a BBC documentary. Now, scientists have contradicted claims that this group represents a possible example of backwards evolution.
Could ants be a way to keep carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere? That just might be the case.
The study conducted by U.S. Geological Survey and National Park Service researchers says the world's largest snake -python don't bit human.
The abrupt appearance of the 262-feet-wide hole in a gas field in icy northern Siberia has baffled scientists as they are clueless on what caused this mysterious puncture.
It might not have been the tastiest meal, but it worked during prehistoric times.