Doctors like to remind patients not to monkey around with their health, suggesting that a good diet and regular exercise improve longevity.
A wetter-than-usual rainy season in Sudan has devastated communities across the country.
When humans see their children about to eat something they oughtn’t, we can simply tell them, “Don’t eat that. It’ll make you sick.”
Researchers have shown why intense, pure red colours in nature are mainly produced by pigments, instead of the structural colour that produces bright blue and green hues.
Global populations of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish have declined by over two-thirds in less than half a century.
NOAA and its international partners funded and conducted a new study of the most acidified reefs to date, finding deep sea corals face the same challenges their shallower water relatives are dealing with in reefs around the world.
While kangaroos are distinguished for their well-developed hindlimbs which they use to hop across the Australian outback, it seems South Africa has its own unusual hopper – the springhare
The world’s largest lizard, the Komodo dragon, could be driven to extinction by climate change unless significant measures to intervene are taken soon.
Deep-sea coral reefs face challenges as changes to ocean chemistry triggered by climate change may cause their foundations to become brittle, a study suggests.
African forest elephants, highly sociable animals, travel in small family groups to meet others at these muddy water sources, which are full of rich minerals they can’t find in the forests.
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