It turns out that a certain snail may not be going extinct quite yet. Scientists have found that the endangered Chittenango ovate amber snail can be successfully bred in the lab.
Researchers may have uncovered the smallest snail in the world. The miniscule snails, which were collected in China, are so small that they are called "microsnails."
Early hominins heard the world very differently than modern humans, according to a recent study published in the journal Science Advances.
Scientists have found that climate-related changes in flower diversity caused the length of the alpine bumble bees' tongues to shrink
It turns out that Australia's first human residents may have had to deal with giant, killer lizards. Scientists have found that Australia's early human inhabitants and giant apex predator lizards actually overlapped.
No one likes fruit flies.
Scientists may have uncovered a new species cold-weather dinosaur. In contrast to tropical species, this 30-foot-long herbivore endured months of winter darkness and probably had to deal with snowy conditions.
Scientists have discovered a new fossil species that may explain a bit more about human evolution.
A massive sea scorpion may be one of the Earth's first predators. Scientists have uncovered a previously unknown species of sea scorpion that measured 1.5 meters in length and dates back a staggering 460 million years.
A unique and strange species of crustacean has officially been named after Elton John
It turns out that where a songbird lives may impact its reproduction and, ultimately, its survival as a species
New findings published in the journal BMC Ecology reveal that a chimpanzee population in Uganda has been found to be three times larger than previously estimated, suggesting that the animals may adapt to degraded habitats better than expected.