In an effort to forestall a European ban on their pesticides, manufacturers Syngenta and Bayer are putting forth a plan to support bee health.
A British couple gave birth to a baby weighing 15 pounds 7 ounces, twice the size of an average newborn.
Two new studies explain how pesticides may be contributing to the decline in bee populations.
A sea hare has many ways of defending itself from predators; notable of these defenses is its ability to secrete purple ink and a sticky substance (opaline) to fend off predators. A new study has found that opaline impairs the predator's ability to smell.
A conservation group recently found tracks of a species of rhino - Sumatran rhino - that was thought to be extinct.
All eyes are on Yale University's research on the plasticity of duck penises thanks to Fox News who has turned the study into the poster child of government waste.
A new study released on Monday blames the extinction of an estimated 1,300 bird species native to the Pacific Islands on the arrival of humans to the area nearly 4,000 years ago.
A new study warns that Asian carp may actually be able to breed in more places than previously thought possible.
Researchers have found that when the conditions are right, cuckolded males in many species actually stick around to provide paternal care.
The Obama Administration released Tuesday the first nationwide strategy designed to help all levels of government safeguard animals and plants against climate change.
A visually impaired Italian journalist and his guide dog got some unprecedented access to Pope Francis when the newly-elected pope saw the pair in a crowd and asked to meet the duo.
Researchers have now discovered a kind of amphibian that eats its mother's skin. The amphibian belongs to an order called caecilian, which are amphibians that look like worms.
The non-profit Sea Turtle Conservancy has teamed up with an unlikely partner to further advance awareness and support for the protection of sea turtles.
Sea Shepherd activists speak out against the branding of sea lions.