Amount of food provided to the offspring of sweat bees determines their role in the future, shows a new study.
An elephant relocation program to reduce elephant-human conflicts in Sri Lanka has been unsuccessful in achieving the goal, reveals a new study.
The U.S. coast guard has moved at least 35 sea turtles suffering from hypothermia from an aquarium in New England to Florida.
A new study on adult howler monkeys sheds light on the difficulty in finding evidence of interbreeding among human ancestral species.
Google has granted $5 million funds to World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to buy "drones" and use them to monitor endangered species such as rhinoceros and tigers in Africa and Asia.
Cavemen depicted the motion of four-legged animals in their art much better than modern artists, a new study reveals.
The 2011 drought in Horn of Africa not only affected millions of people living there, but also caused the songbirds to delay their migration to northern Europe, a new study shows.
Urban birds are using cigarette butts to ward off pests from invading their nests, suggests a new study.
Gorillas with an extrovert personality could have a longer life span than introvert gorillas, reveals a new study.
The African lion population has declined about 75 percent in the last 50 years, reports a new study published Tuesday.
Scientists have identified fossilized bones that likely belonged to the earliest known dinosaur, about the size of a Labrador retriever.
Warming waters are causing the lobsters in the Gulf of Maine to indulge in cannibalism, where the big lobsters seem to feast on smaller ones, reports Reuters.
A new study finds that pygmy mole crickets are skilled at jumping from the water surface onto the bank.
A new study has found that Singapore rhododendron flowers use ants to scare off poor pollinators, New Scientist reports.