Scientists have found that two closely related viruses that have been introduced to northern Spain in recent years may have led to the collapse of three different species of amphibian.
As temperatures warm, invasive species may be getting a leg up. Scientists have found that increased temperatures in the Atlantic could, in turn, increased the range of invasive species, such as lionfish.
Scientists have discovered two new species that dwell at the bottom of the ocean. They've found sea-dwelling, mushroom-shaped organisms that may just represent an earlier branch on the tree of life.
Scientists may have uncovered a new reef coral species from Saudi Arabia. After investigating a hard coral from the Red Sea, researchers have determined that it is indeed a new species.
Invasive lionfish are quickly spreading across the Caribbean and the Atlantic, hunting prey and disrupting ecosystems. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at the behavior of this species and have found that it's not just a predator, but more like the "terminator" in the popular movie.
Scientists have found that mountain yellow-legged frogs, a species once brought to the brink of extinction, are coping with the dry environment.
We're all aware that global warming can impact species negatively. Now, though, scientists have taken a closer look at how a changing climate might affect invasive species.
The Reptile Database is a web-based catalogue that records reptile species. Now, scientists have announced that more than 10,000 reptile species have been recorded, which makes reptiles among the most diverse vertebrate groups in the world.
Scientists have discovered an entirely new species of praying mantis, the bush tiger mantis, which makes its home in the mountainous Ryungwe National Park in Rwanda.
Scientists have discovered a colorful, new species of golden bass that makes its home on warm, Caribbean coral reefs.
It looks like something out of a monster movie. Scientists have discovered a strange, subterranean catfish called Kryptoglanis shajii, and the more researches look at it, the stranger it gets.