A new study suggests that Antarctic bivalves change sex in order to brood their young.
A new study suggests that the wolves reintroduced in Yellowstone National Park are facing health risks from mange and viral diseases, thus causing their population decline.
Researchers have reconstructed the fossil record of a death march by an ancient horseshoe crab.
Cheetahs use their hind limbs to run faster, finds a new study
Black mustard plants release chemicals to attract wasps to ward off butterflies laying eggs on them.
Crabs living in deep-sea waters use color vision to find their food, finds a new study.
Nearly 68 percent of mammals not native to Europe cause health and ecological damage, and are posing a big threat to the native biodiversity, finds a new study.
In a first, scientists have reinstated the sense of smell among mice using gene therapy.
A new study suggests that small nest-holding male fish have more aggressive behavior than large ones.
Promiscuous mice can change their DNA to help boost their immune system, a new study suggests.
Bioluminescence helps southern elephant seals in search of their prey in the dark, suggests a new study.
Flightless raptor-like predators Sinocalliopteryx fed on bird-like dinosaurs shedding light on their diet system.
Male snails raise young ones with most of them not their genetic offspring.
One thousand northern hairy wood ants will be tagged so as to study how they travel and communicate in their colonies, according to researchers from the University of York.