Nature, in the broadest sense, is equivalent to the natural world, physical world, or material world. "Nature" refers to the phenomena of the physical world, and also to life in general. It ranges in scale from the subatomic to the cosmic.
A team of researchers have discovered an extinct species of apes known as 'Pliobates cataloniae' which existed 11.6 million years ago. This new finding reveals new information about humans' ancestors, and the evolutionary split between great apes and small apes.
Researchers have discovered 300 million-year-old 'super shark' fossils in Texas. The recent finding is revealing new evidence about many modern shark species and ancient sharks, which date back to the time of the dinosaurs.
GSA researchers found in a study that rare and endangered bird species in Hawaii are at risk of losing their ranges due to the increase of air temperatures and mosquito-borne diseases.
A recent study found that the weaning age (when a calf stops nursing) in mammoths was reduced as the extinction period began to approach.
Researchers recently discovered two new methane-metabolizing organisms, which were located 600 meters below sea surface. Based on the new findings, the researchers are urging that textbooks on methane-metabolizing be rewritten.
A recent study found that microorganisms in the ocean are capable of degrading green house gas methane.
In a recent study researchers found that camels tested positive for MERS, a viral respiratory illness, in Kenya.
A recent study found that a mares' maternal lineage influences the gestation length and the gender of a foal.
The United Kingdom crowned the buff-tailed bumblebee their favorite insect.
A recent study has found a link between congenital heart defects, a rare developmental disorder, and zebra fish.
A recent study revealed that woolly Siberian mammoths became extinct because of human hunting not specifically climate change.