A prehistoric dinosaur, known as Psittacosaurus used countershading wherein its underside becomes light shade and darker on top, which can make it appear flat.
Marsupial lions have left claw marks in the Tight Entrance Cave in Australia, which is shedding new light on the extinct mammalian carnivore.
It turns out that predators may have the advantage when motor boat noise is involved.
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.
Puff adders may just be the ultimate ambush predators. Scientists have found that these snakes can actually use scent camouflage when stalking prey.
When fish venture into the open ocean, they seem to disappear. Now, researchers have learned a bit more about how fish play with light in order to camouflage themselves from predators.
Extinction may actually spread from predator to predator. Scientists have found that the extinction of one carnivore species can trigger the demise of fellow predators.
Researchers have created a new night vision technology that can rival that from the movie, 'Predator.' The new development involves the use of graphene, which creates better and cheaper night vision devices.
Scientists have found that these crabs may soon become high-level predators in Antarctic marine ecosystems where they haven't played a role in tens of millions of years.
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.
Why aren't there more lions? Scientists have long wondered this when looking at the proportion of predators to prey across Africa.
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.