The health of common water fleas like this one are being examined by University of Toronto researchers using a powerful instrument called a tandem mass spectrometer.
New research reveals how penguins have dealt with more than a century of human impacts in Antarctica and why some species are winners or losers in this rapidly changing ecosystem.
Sometimes, pollution is blatantly obvious: the iridescent slick of an oil spill, goopy algae washing up on a beach or black smoke belching from a smokestack.
Ancient flying reptiles known as pterosaurs were much more diverse than originally thought, according to a new study by an international group of paleontologists.
Florida's coral reefs are experiencing a multi-year outbreak of stony coral tissue loss disease.
Vocal communication for chimpanzees, our closest relatives on the evolutionary tree, consists of a few simple signals.
It’s well known that South East Queensland koalas are doing it tough, and a University of Queensland study sheds new light on the multiple issues afflicting them.
Birds of a feather may flock together, but the feathers of birds differ altogether.
Scientists have discovered that marine fog in California carries with it high levels of mercury, which they say is being deposited on land and making its way up the food chain.
A team of researchers at the University of Alberta has unearthed a well-preserved Styracosaurus skull with facial imperfections that could change how paleontologists identify new species of dinosaurs.
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