There may be more incentives to create wine. It turns out that wine grape vineyards are causing an increase in butterflies in Washington.
Bees could actually become addicted to pesticides.
New findings published in the journal ZooKeys look at the recent discovery of a little jumping spider that belongs to the family Salticidae and the genus Stenaelurillus. Discovered in the "Western Ghats" of southern India, the spider Stenaelurillus albus, along with other similar species, has a mati...
Two of the most destructive termite species in the world are swarming simultaneously in South Florida.
Baby praying mantises can perform some spectacular leaps. Now, scientists have used high-speed video to capture some of these amazing jumps.
Spring is just around the corner and you know what that means: bugs. But if you're like us, you don't mind these insects; in fact, you might think they're pretty cool. That's why we looked at the top five weird and cool bug-themed items for your life for this week's Geek Gadgets.
New findings published in the Journal of Medical Entomology reveal that since the1920s, rats in New York City were found to carry a flea species that's actually capable of transmitting plague pathogens.
Tropical fire ants may have been the first ant species to travel the globe.
Termites may be able to hold back entire deserts. Scientists have taken a closer look at these insects and have found that their large dirt mounds are crucial when it comes to stopping the spread of deserts into semi-arid ecosystems and agricultural lands.
It turns out that like humans, wasps don't like an unfamiliar face. Scientists have found that a species of tropical wasps can memorize the faces of members of their colony and then attack any individual with an unfamiliar face.
Changing your lifestyle from eating meat to eating veggies doesn't seem like a big deal-and it isn't. For an entire species, though, it's a complete change in biology. Now, scientists have found out how this evolutionary process occurs in species.