Sharks can bend, swim, and maneuver in the ocean much differently than their bony fish counterparts.
Tel Aviv University report is first to assess presence of plastic additives in Eastern Mediterranean and Red Sea marine life.
Arguably, one of the world’s most famous insects, the monarch butterfly, is currently experiencing dire problems with its migration in eastern North America.
Fragmentation of wildlife populations is increasing on a global scale, and understanding current genetic structure, genetic diversity and genetic connectivity is key to informing future wildlife management and conservation.
The mass death of flying foxes in extreme heat in North Queensland last month underscores the importance of University of Queensland wildlife research released today.
As co-leaders of an international collaboration, scientists at Scripps Research have discovered that tethering four antibodies together may be an effective strategy for neutralizing all types of influenza virus known to infect humans.
Ensuring the economic health of nations is one of the biggest tasks expected of governments.
Rebuilt West Coast groundfish species are good news for fishermen and fans of healthy and delicious fish.
NOAA Fisheries has released Fisheries of the United States, 2017 and Fisheries Economics of the United States, 2016. Fisheries of the United States provides data on commercial landings and value and recreational catch
Searching for a polar bear in a snowstorm is something akin to looking for a needle in a haystack.
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