Declines in native bee populations are widely reported, but can existing data really analyze these trends?
A Cornell-led study, published Jan. 18 in the journal Science, shows that apple orchards surrounded by agricultural lands are visited by a less diverse collection of bee species than orchards surrounded by natural habitats.
Rhinoceroses are instantly recognizable by their rumpled gray skin, immense snouts and iconic horns, but not so much their voices.
Scientists at the University of Southampton have developed maps of chemicals found in jellyfish which could offer a new tool for conservation in British waters and fisheries.
Scientists found heat-loving microbes living in water heaters in homes across the United States.
Biologists at The University of Texas at Austin have discovered three new species of groundwater salamander in Central Texas, including one living west of Austin that they say is critically endangered.
A new study is shedding light on the importance of one critical resource for Andean bears living in the dry mountain forests of Peru: water.
There is a growing global trend to consider pets as part of the family.
A species of small but mighty fish are the latest residents of Trevor Pitcher’s research centre — pioneers in the quest to bring endangered fish back from the brink of extinction.
520 million years ago, animals had just started to diversify on Earth. Only a few but precious biotas containing these animals are preserved until today as fossils.
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