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.
In an effort to impede rhino poaching, South Africa, which is home to 85 percent of the African rhino population, has signed a deal with Vietnam, officials said.
A new study sheds light on how fins may have evolved into limbs.