If dogs are out in coats and boots, how are the squirrels feeling?
But they're still lovable.
Passing chunks of ice can fertilize ocean waters and play a role in the planet’s carbon cycle.
Evolution repeatedly hit upon this solution simply because it works.
Merely 256 genetically engineered mice could make an island's pest population go extinct.
Toxoplasmosis, which results from a chance encounter with a cougar and the parasite it carries, can push a wolf to seek alpha status.
A researcher explains a little-known niche within modern physics: animal collective behavior.
The dating pool is small — no pun intended.
We want to fight invasive species. But to wage a war, you have to know who your enemy is.
Ancient organic chemistry.
Scorpions would probably survive.
Overwintering is profoundly stressful for trees. So why do they bother?
Organic molecules can be produced by living or non-living systems. But the recent findings are very intriguing.
Inspired by the shape of a New Caledonian crow’s beak, researchers created a new 3D-printed prototype of tweezers.
Many suspicious deaths of both humans and pets have been solved with the help of insects.
Unfortunately, the Lunar Ark project is an idea more at home in science fiction than science fact.
Many animals engage in “zoopharmacognosy” or self-medication.
Forensic researchers call such places “limited access environments.”
This pup puts us one step closer to resurrecting extinct species.
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.
Imagine Flipper trained in the art of espionage.
Are there any advantages to looking so cumbersome?
When Cameroon's Lakes Monoun and Nyos exploded, they released clouds of carbon dioxide that suffocated everything in its wake.
Spicy foods are enjoyed the world over, but scientists don't know why people partake in culinary masochism.