People residing in a place with warm and humid conditions commonly have wider noses, while those that live in cold and dry locations have narrower nose.
A prebiotic condition in Titan is being studied by experts if it can, despite the cold, hold non-water-based life.
American pikas prefer to live in cold, mountainous habitats. As climate change brings warmer temperatures, researchers believe the key to their survival will be remaining in close-knit patches.
Insects are ectothermic, which means their internal body temperatures are regulated by surrounding environmental temperatures. Researchers suggest the key to surviving cold winter temperatures for some species is to maintain a balanced salt and water blood concentration.
With climate change most associated with warming temperatures, scientists and the public alike tend to focus on the dangers of extreme weather such as heat waves, which is increasingly becoming the new norm. However, new research reveals that simple cold weather is more deadly than extremely hot days.
Previous research has suggested that climate change brings heat waves and cold snaps along with it, but a new study has come to a different conclusion.
An Antarctic octopus is giving new meaning to the phrase "blue blood," as a new study finds that the creature boasts unique blue pigments in its blood that allow it to survive ice-cold water, making it more resilient to climate change than other species.