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.
Bacteria, which are vital for the health of all animals, also played a major role in the evolution of animals and their tissues.
A unique collaboration between University of Toronto aviation expert Philippe Lavoie and zoologists at the University of British Columbia offers new insights into how gulls shape their wings – findings that could be used to design more efficient drones.
A team of University of Alberta students are hoping to market a probiotic they created to help honeybees ward off a fungal infection that has wiped out entire hives.
Though the stark landscape looks barren at first glance, microscopic marine plants flourish beneath the ice that covers the Greenland Sea.
A new study examining 100 years of bumble bee records reveals that almost half of Vermont’s species, which are vital pollinators, have either vanished or are in serious decline.
A team of researchers lead by the University of Manitoba has finally mapped some of the best places to eat in the North American Arctic.
Are artificial reefs the most effective way to conserve troubled marine fish populations?
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