Scientists have unraveled one of the riddles of mammal evolution. They've discovered why mammals have a strong conservation in the number of their trunk vertebrae; it all has to do with the essential role of speed and agility.
Archaeologists have discovered remains of an ancient ancestor of the present-day elephant, along with artifacts of the prehistoric Clovis culture, suggesting that the mammoths roamed the continent longer than previously thought.
What are the ocean's most abundant organisms? They're bacteria, of course. Now, scientists have learned a bit more about these tiny organisms.
Head on down to the Florida Keys' for a look into the "turtle cam," which gives viewers the opportunity to observe loggerhead turtles in their natural habitat.
Scientists have managed to chart the development of a flower in 3D. Monitoring the 14 developmental stages of Arabidopsis thaliana with micro-computed tomography, scientists have managed to learn a bit more about how flowers grow.
Scientists are taking a closer look at photosynthesis with the help of short pulses of light and now, they've found out how vibrations can actually enhance the efficiency of this process.
The remains of two newborn woolly mammoths preserved in the Siberian Arctic are revealing new and unprecedented details about the early development of prehistoric pachyderms.
On July 8, a massive school of anchovies formed off of the coast of California. Located off La Jolla, the school is the largest seen in 30 years.
There's a reason that Australia is slowly drying out, and it might just have to do with greenhouse gases.
A new research emphasizes on the need for strict monitoring of the Mediterranean fish activities as the fisheries resources in the Mediterranean has shown a steady decline.
A new study shows that the long term decline in Australia's fall and winter rainfall is due to the rise in greenhouse gas emission and ozone depletion.