The first reported collection of human and animal DNA from ambient air is a boon for researchers in forensic archeology, ecology, and population studies.
“They are the canary in the coal mine,” warns the lead of a new study that suggests seabirds may soon abandon the Falkland Islands due to climate change.
A scientist said that the number of dolphins in the area has reduced by around 80 percent.
As humans remain stuck inside or socially distanced, trillions of buzzing cicadas will burst out of the ground across the U.S. between now and summer 2021. It's already starting.
An expert explains why those feel-good viral videos are actually bad news.
The enormous fires, which are being amplified by climate change, have killed up to a billion animals and may drive species to extinction.
The software turns photos taken with anything from a smartphone to high-end equipment into how a bee, fish, or mammal sees the world.
Add salamanders to the list of things that pitcher plants will eat.
Explore a handcrafted solar system and contemplate mortality in this wondrous, ecological adventure.
Scientists made maps to show how mammals in an intact habitat still face major pressures from human hunters.
A new study found that American bumblebees are in big trouble up north.