Sea ice plays a significant role in the foraging activity of emperor penguins, a new study reveals.
New Zealand’s largest active volcano, Mount Ruapehu, famously shot in Peter Jackson’s film, “Lord of the Rings,” may erupt soon.
Many centuries ago, much before man ate meat and vegetables, the staple food was grass, a new study finds out.
After three decades of brain storming and debate, scientists have zeroed in the cause of big freeze that engulfed Europe and North America.
Corals send chemical signals to call for help, when they face threat from toxic seaweed.
Clownfish make sounds to defend their breeding and social status in their group, reveals a new study.
Large number of salmons in European waters are killed by parasitic lice every year, reveals a new study.
A new study sheds light on how tall trees like mountain ash trees have coped with changing climate.
A new three-fingered frog species has been discovered in a rainforest reserve in southern Brazil.
The Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership (NPP) has captured the night-time view of some of the East Coast areas, to reveal the extent of power outage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Archaeologists have unearthed the oldest town in Europe believed to be an important place for salt production.
A new study sheds light on how Antarctic leopard seals consume smaller prey.
An elusive Pallas’s cat has been captured on camera for the first time in Bhutan’s Wangchuck Centennial Park (WCP), according to reports from World Wildlife Fund.
An underwater survey has found coral reefs thriving at depths of 30 meters and below, on the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia.