Algae can have serious consequences for Lake Erie. Now, it turns out that these blooms may becoming more frequent--a bad situation for one of the Great Lakes.
A new study by the researchers at the Brown University has revealed the mechanism of how bats that feed on nectar uses blood flow to reshape its tongue while feeding
Till date, humans were primarily held responsible for the extinction of the extraordinary gigantic animals that once roamed Australia. However, this claim lacked direct evidence. But a recent scientific study challenges this theory and blames drastic climate change for the extinction of the megafaun...
Scientists from the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program (AMAP) have announced that the Arctic Ocean is experiencing some serious ocean acidification--and it's not likely to remedy itself any time soon.
The choice of sexual partners among male spiders is commonly chosen by attractiveness of the female. Yet, it is also commonly known that female partners may typically eat their partners. However, a new study suggests that there is not as much evidence about how males may sometimes dictate the choice...
Climate change will not only cause boreal forests to shift north, but also may cause them to release far more carbon than expected.
New research has found that natural emissions and manmade pollutants could have a cooling effect on Earth by making clouds brighter.
Loggerhead sea turtles are hatching from their sandy nests, and now may be getting some extra protection. A legal settlement was filed that gives the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service two months to identify suitable in-water nesting and migratory habitat for endangered loggerhead turtles.
Alaska's remote Cleveland Volcano is experiencing a continuous low-level eruption after it exploded early Saturday morning.
The swarm of cicadas has arrived in the East Coast after 17 years. These buzzing, prolific and loud insects will eat, breed and die after they pop out of the ground.
Good news for the endangered Malayan tiger population: three cubs were born March 31, 2013, at the Busch Garden Tampa. According to scientists, the birth of the two male and one female cub is essential in order to help preserve these endangered species.