For the first time researchers identify evidence on sexual selection among dinosaur species.
An ocean current in the Gulf of Mexico may be linked to the deadly red tide.
Researchers found that northern lakes are releasing massive and increasing amounts of methane.
Bacteria in the oceans function as the waste water treatment plants of the ocean.
Researchers found that fish communicate in a similar manner like chimpanzees and elephants to protect themselves from predators.
Researchers reconstruct the skeleton of an ancient giraffe relative that has thick legs and curly horns. The giraffe relative lived between five million and 12,000 years ago.
Researchers examined the evolution of hearing among mammals, where they focused on how mammals developed more sensitive hearing than reptiles.
Researchers are shedding light on a potential "human" epoch, which could result in major impacts on the Earth's atmosphere along with massive extinctions in a few million years.
A recent study found that a mother's appetite impacts the appetites of their offspring and may protect animals during times of population boom.
In a recent study, scientists found that the current pace of environmental changes is the most unusual in the Earth's history, compared to 120 million years ago.
In a recent study researchers found that giant icebergs play a major role in removing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere.
In a recent study, researchers found that many marine creatures use the moon's light to migrate during the dark winter months. These creatures keep busy, which in turn helps them avoid predators that hunt with the moonlight.