Concepts of "seeing plants" have been rather ignored in the early 20th century, but research suggests they may actually exist.
If you ever wanted to experience swimming with "Godzilla," this stunning video might give you a hint.
A new study from McMaster University challenged Charles Darwin's long-standing theory of female choice. Rather than females being drawn to males that have the most vibrant tail feathers or best dance moves, researchers suggest that, once aroused, courtship displays have no bearing on a female's mate preference.
Parasitic nest flies threaten Darwin's finches of the Galapagos Islands. Based on a recent study, however, researchers from the University of Utah suggest human intervention could help save these iconic birds.
Humboldt County, California isn't just about cannibis, and Humboldt Glacier (too) has a really serious namesake who (in the early 1800s) originated the ideas we have now about nature. A new book is about this natural historian, scientist and world explorer who influenced Darwin, Thoreau, Emerson, Goethe and people in nations around the world.
After nearly 200 years, scientists have finally solved an evolutionary mystery that began with Charles Darwin, and involves a group of mammals he described as the "strangest animals ever discovered," according to a new study.
Charles Darwin's famous finches from the Galápagos archipelago and Cocos island are hallmark examples of speciation and adaptive evolution. Now, new research shows how over the years these birds developed the extraordinary diversity in beak shape that we see today.
Lying in deep-sea sediments are bacteria that have remained unchanged for the last two billion years, and this lack of evolution - the largest ever reported - is eluding scientists, new research says.
Scientists from Louisiana State University (LSU) are reworking famous English scientist Charles Darwin's species diversity theory, changing the way we think about evolution and speciation in the animal kingdom, new research describes.