Researchers have analyzed samples collected from the sea surface of the Catalan coast and the Guadalquivir River.
Due to the changing climate, the underwater world is getting ever noisier.
Honeybees have been considered generalists when selecting flowering plants, in other words, they can use a wide range of different plants.
A tight, fast-flying group of 15 small, gray birds appears out of the sky over the vast coastal mudflats of Mauritania’s Banc d’Arguin National Park, where the western edge of the Sahara meets the Atlantic Ocean.
A recent study by University of Helsinki researchers has found that bird communities inside and outside protected areas are beginning to resemble each other as a result of climate change.
His mind might have been set on finding water or on perfecting a song he learned as a chick from his dad.
Past cycles of climate change, along with human exploitation, have led to only small and isolated stocks of Atlantic walrus remaining.
A practical guide provides advice for citizen scientists on monitoring pollinators in their local area, to encourage more people to provide much-needed data on how our insects are faring.
One result of climate change is that spring is arriving earlier.
White rhinos saw their numbers grow for the first time since 2012 last year, boosted by efforts to restore the creatures to the African landscape.
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