Climate change will impact animals across the world, but what will happen to cold-blooded creatures like lizards and fish? Scientists have taken a closer look at these animals to see how rising temperatures might affect them.
Scientists have created the first functional model to track the size, location and nuisance of feral cat colonies.
Being more social may give you more diverse gut microbes-at least if you're a chimp. Scientists have found that chimpanzees that are more sociable have far more varied gut microbiomes.
Snapping shrimp may tell researchers a bit more about reefs. Scientists have found that the tiny snapping shrimp's noisy habits could play a big role in reef ecology.
Scientists have studied the vocal muscles on Bengalese finches and have found that they can change function to help produce different parameters of sound, similar to a trained opera singer.
Robotic, underwater vehicles may give researchers a new tool to better understand shark behavior. These robots may be able to travel where humans cannot in order to show scientists how sharks behave in the wild.
A recent study found that a mother's appetite impacts the appetites of their offspring and may protect animals during times of population boom.
A team of researchers have found evidence, which indicates that dinosaurs may have been the original love birds, where they engaged in mating behaviors similar to birds.
It turns out that ancient symbiosis between species wasn't perfect by a longshot.
The tiniest chameleons apparently deliver the most powerful tongue lashings.
Scientists may be getting some new insight into bird migration by combining new techniques.