Grasshoppers in urban areas are changing the tune of their courtship songs so as to be heard over the sound of traffic.
Prehistoric birds possessed a more primal version of wings as compared to modern birds, a new study reveals.
Sea ice plays a significant role in the foraging activity of emperor penguins, a new study reveals.
It is not just humans, but apes too seem to experience the "mid-life crisis", according to a new study.
A new study finds that the deadly beaked sea snake is not a single species, but two different species that evolved separately.
A new study suggests that tortoises belonging to Lonesome George's species may still be alive.
Researchers have tracked the world's largest living arthropod on Christmas Island, south of Indonesia, using the global positioning system.
Birds in an urban setting adapt to their changed environment in order to survive
Corals send chemical signals to call for help, when they face threat from toxic seaweed.
Clownfish make sounds to defend their breeding and social status in their group, reveals a new study.
Large number of salmons in European waters are killed by parasitic lice every year, reveals a new study.
A new study sheds light on how extinct animals shared their food and space with large predators about nine million years ago.
A cockatoo has surprised researchers displaying tool craftsmanship, as the species is not known to use tools in the wild.
Subterranean rodents have evolved different mechanisms to fight off cancer.