New research suggests that elephant seals use rhythm to recognize and respond to other members of their species in the wild.
A time lapse made from a Japanese weather satellite’s images shows the shadow the moon casts on the Earth when it blocks out the sun.
New research suggests controlling the animals outside a preserve can affect those living within it, with implications for wildlife management programs elsewhere.
With no food other than tomato plants that had been induced to use chemical defenses, scientists found that caterpillars ate each other.
Corals that live up to hundreds of feet below the ocean’s surface have worked out a special arrangement with algae that’s mutually beneficial for the two.
You’re going to need a long pole, a quiet boat and proper permits, and it helps if the whale is napping.
“White nights” and sun that barely sets near the Arctic Circle are an occasion to celebrate for some living things. But a night crawler might want to stay in its burrow.
Scientists developed a model to predict the spread of pin-tailed whydahs, and found they could strain native bird species in California, Texas and elsewhere.
Historical observations of bright nights that were almost like daytime have a new explanation in forces of the upper atmosphere.
Let’s take a moment to appreciate what causes the phenomenon of rain falling at the same time that the sun is shining.