A University of Queensland-led study has found that as well as ground vibrations, snakes can hear and react to airborne sound.
Seabed mining could soon begin in the deep ocean – but the potential impact on animals including whales is unknown, researchers have warned.
The endangered Bahama Warbler may be surviving on just one island following Hurricane Dorian’s devastation in 2019, according to researchers at the University of East Anglia.
Yale researchers have found that the ability of fish in temperate and polar ecosystems to move between shallow and deep water triggers species diversification.
Most people associate hurricanes with high winds, intense rain and rapid flooding on land.
Endangered rhinos and elephants are rebounding in Uganda’s wildlife reserves, buoyed by decades-long conservation efforts, the state wildlife agency said Thursday.
In the course of experiments to test how well commercial bumblebees pollinate early spring crops, researchers made a surprising discovery: dead wild bumblebee queens in the hives, an average of 10 per nest box.
The islands’ sea turtles are recovering from over-harvesting – but climate change is causing habitat loss, an increasingly female population (the sex of turtle hatchlings is determined by temperature) and has the potential to reduce egg-hatching success.
Mass coral bleaching events are making it harder for some species of reef fish to identify competitors, new research reveals.
Temperatures are rising faster than many species can evolve to cope with them, posing a long-term threat to their survival.
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