Embark on a journey through one of the most profound ecological transitions in the history of complex life.
Climate and ecological changes, as well as disruptions to the food chain, were already killing off the dinosaurs.
We've heard this argument before.
Scientists have three theories.
Darwin missed an amazing example of evolution.
Communication among cetaceans, like whales and dolphins, looks especially promising.
Meet the masterful con-men who impressed the great and the good despite the astonishing fiction of their very existence.
De-extinction, if it is ever possible, will not be simple.
The airships have a range of 4,000 nautical miles, can fly for five days, and can cruise as high as 20,000 feet at 80 mph. They take to the skies over Spain in 2026.
Linguistic laws are remarkably versatile and have applications in ecology, microbiology, epidemiology, demographics, and geography.
COVID-19 and other microbes have shed light on disease spillover from animals to humans, but we can also spillback disease to wildlife.
Toxoplasmosis, which results from a chance encounter with a cougar and the parasite it carries, can push a wolf to seek alpha status.
Your brain is trying to show you the future.
All marbled crayfish descended from a single clone discovered in Heidelberg, Germany in 1995.
The way that the ancient Megalodon adapted to water temperature has important implications for modern marine creatures.
Back to the drawing board.
Meet T. imperator and T. regina.
Evolutionary game theory could tip the advantage to medicine.
Parasites aren’t limited to just worms and ticks. Even some plants like to feed off others — and they perhaps could help fight invasive species.
Predatory dinosaurs with big skulls tend to have tiny arms. Researchers propose there might be a direct link between those traits.
New research finds that dinosaurs were already adapted to living in cold climates before the end-Triassic mass extinction. But how?
The 557-million-year-old specimen challenges the theory that animal body plans were laid out in the Cambrian explosion.
Syllipsimopodi bideni is small (about 12cm in length), has ten arms, suckers, fins, and a triangular pen of hard tissue inside its body for support.
Tusks suddenly became a liability, even though in natural circumstances, tusks are very useful.
Like sneaking veggies into dessert, these board games teach STEM, strategy, and executive functions through the joys of play.
Pando is a stand of aspen in Utah that is 14,000 years old and weighs 12 million pounds. Humans threaten to end its long reign.
To preserve biodiversity and ecosystems, protected areas should be connected into a gigantic World Park.