Climate change may actually be helping bats.
The future for the cute pika may not be as daunting as once thought.
What's helping drive the deaths of bats worldwide? It may not only be due to white-nose syndrome
Researchers reconstruct the skeleton of an ancient giraffe relative that has thick legs and curly horns. The giraffe relative lived between five million and 12,000 years ago.
Researchers examined the evolution of hearing among mammals, where they focused on how mammals developed more sensitive hearing than reptiles.
What caused the explosion of mammals that eventually led to the ecosystem we see today?
A new study found that mammalian diversity exploded on earth right after the dinosaurs went extinct.
Have you ever wondered how Rudolph's nose helps get him around the world on Christmas Eve?
Adding fossils into the picture can widen our understanding of evolution and how it influenced various species for millions of years and even living species.
Rapid arctic warming may be driving some major shifts in marine mammals.
Science World Report spoke with Loretta Graziano Breuning about her most recent book "Habits Of A Happy Brain: Retrain Your Brain to Boost Your Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin, & Endorphin Levels." Breuning has written multiple books that examine brain chemicals associated with negativity and happines...