After tagging over 500 bluefin tuna, researchers have determined that the internal temperature of Bluefin Tuna can be used to indentify where the fish feed and how impact ocean temperatures impact them. This discovery will help conservationists better protect the threatened species.
Here's an update on Monarchs, British butterflies, DNA mapping, and the book A Butterfly Journey: Maria Sibylla Merian Artist and Scientist, among other things fluttery and pollinator-oriented.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration tagged a female hammerhead shark two months ago. With the use of satellite-tracking tag, the researchers observed the shark swimming unexpectedly far for food.
The vaquita, a very small porpoise in the Gulf of Mexico, is even more endangered than previously thought, say scientists.
About 65 million years ago, an asteroid crash supposedly wiped out all the dinosaurs on Earth. Now, scientists may soon finally solve the mystery behind this dino-killing crash.
After the infamous BP oil spill in 2010, where some of that oil ended up remained a mystery to scientists. Now, a new study from Florida State University has finally found where some of that missing oil wound up.
Monarch butterflies, which have recently been facing severe habitat loss in the United States, are slowly making a comeback, showing conservationists that they are down, but not out.
Two lost ancient Mayan cities were recently discovered deep in a Mexican jungle, and archaeologists believe there are "dozens" more waiting to be uncovered in the region.
The first known litter of Mexican gray wolves was reportedly found, Mexico City officials said Thursday, raising hope that this endangered species is on its way to recovery.
Mexico has now replaced the U.S. as the most obese country, according to media reports. Rising incomes and unhealthy lifestyles have led to many Mexicans becoming obese, even as half of the population in the country is undernourished.
Archaeologists have unearthed over 150 skulls in an empty field in Mexico, where a lake had once flown through.