The combination of a common fungal disease with climate change on ladybirds could cause aphids to become more of a problem.
Neanderthals lived fast and died young, developing their teeth earlier than humans to power their rapid growth.
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Like the best murder mystery, some birds may intentionally fake their own death to protect their nests. By incorporating ...
Carpenter ants exchange fluid containing a cocktail of compounds which can store food, prepare them to grow or even allow ...
There are over 600 million fewer birds in Europe than there were 40 years ago. While the decline is levelling off, some of ...
This latest walrus sighting comes after a male walrus, nicknamed Wally, was seen around the coast of the UK and Ireland in ...
Wildlife photography is a great way to get outdoors and enjoy nature on your doorstep while fine-tuning your photographic skills, whether you're a beginner or professional. A DSLR or an expensive lens ...
George Gaylord Simpson (1902-1984), an influential US palaeontologist, once called Darwin's discovery of fossil horse teeth ...
Charles Darwin collected four species of ground sloth on the second voyage of HMS Beagle, three of which were unknown to ...
Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels and global temperatures are predicted to significantly impact marine animals and ...
Tropical coral reef ecosystems sustain not only high levels of biodiversity, but also provide numerous ecosystem goods and ...