Toothed whales and insects like crickets and katydids share a common hearing system component, reveals a new study.
A microbe that was first found 2 miles (3.3 kilometers) beneath a South African gold mine has now been found in California, according to a new study.
A new study shows that Panama's San Lorenzo forest is home to 25,000 species of arthropods, shedding light on the diversity and distribution of these species.
A new study reveals that rhesus monkeys cannot identify beats in a varying rhythm, suggesting that the ability of beat detection is unique to humans and is absent in nonhuman primates.
A scientist has created a gel based on mussels' ability to adhere to objects like rocks and boat hulls.
Endangered African elephants in the Sahara desert have recorded the largest migration among other elephants, finds a new study.
Scientists have discovered an entirely new species of slow loris primates in the jungles of Borneo.
Pre-hatching environment influences lateralization in cuttlefish, finds a new study.
Male Atlantic molly fish indulge in homosexual acts in order to attract females for mating, reveals a new study.
Sauropod dinosaurs were large in size due to the kind of plant food they ate, a new study finds.
Isotopes in feces samples of gorillas may shed light on their diet, a new study finds.
Healthy fish communities contribute more amounts of nutrients to marine ecosystems, playing a significant role in the growth rate of organisms, according to a new study.
Obamadon is the new name given to a recently discover ancient, tiny lizards that is the size a boa constrictor, six-foot long iguanas, that lived in the last days of the dinosaurs, according to the Boston Globe.
A new genetic study sheds light on the origin of red squirrels in Jersey, an island that is located off the coast of Normandy, France.