A revolutionary light-based tool decodes hover fly wing spectra in real time, addressing insect surveillance gaps to monitor the unfolding biodiversity crises.
Learning from experience was believed to be restricted to more advanced creatures, but in a first, Caribbean jellyfish were shown to learn from past mistakes.
To understand the impacts of golf courses on wildlife, researchers are exploring how these novel habitats are affecting fundamental animal behaviors.
Not just pretty pictures: Borneo-based wildlife photographer and conservationist Chien Lee has a deeper message.
Galapagos tortoises display temperature-dependent sex determination, which may negatively skew population demographics under climate change.
Planting sunflowers in pollinator habitats can boost bee health by providing them with pollen that protects against intestinal pathogens.
Fish adjust their sensitivity to the actions of others, such reacting to false alarms, to reduce the risk of responding to misinformation.
Biosorption could help in the recycling and reuse of rare earth elements.
New study clarifies symbiotic link between bark beetles and fungi in the destruction of coniferous forests.
As humpback whale populations increase, two decades worth of data finds they are shifting from singing to fighting as their preferred mating strategy.