Conservationists provide a lifeline for malnourished birds.
Cameras capture glowing life.
Glowing is widespread in reef fish.
Life glows in ocean depths.
Software shows how pattern recognition could thwart nest invaders.
The West’s fire regime is changing.
Birds in contaminated zone are healthier than expected.
Linking habitats helps seeds spread.
In a warming world, where might coral reefs persist?
Erratic southern invaders repel rivals with acid.
Scientists identify thousands of new species.
A new study of the world’s only venomous primate.
As the climate warms, the Arctic greens—and vice versa.
Earlier Arctic plant growth is too early for migrating caribou.
Dung beetles reduce harmful methane emissions in cow droppings.
Madagascar's biodiversity boom ended long ago.
A frog declared extinct nearly two decades ago reappears in Israel.
After 17 years underground, red-eyed Brood II cicadas emerge.
Diversity in algae-eating fish protects coral from toxic seaweed.
Farmers in the Andes use biodiversity as insurance.
A new study identifies a likely ancestor to all placental mammals.
A short-nosed bat bests its nectar-drinking cousin at pollination.
DNA evidence identifies the world’s rarest whale.
City-dwelling coyotes in the United States choose lifelong partners.
A submersible microscope reveals plankton behavior.
As habitats shift, connections are key for climate-sensitive species.
Scientists seek cures for disease in underground microbes.
Have black widow spiders lost their bite?
Mysterious, tiny goblin spiders get a census.
Cephalopods turn skin patterns on and off to fool predators.
Nicotine-related pesticides may be responsible for bee population decline.
An Ohio research lab helps save rhinos mutilated by poachers.
A distinctive croak heralded a new species of frog in New York.
Fire ants play a care-giving role for butterfly larvae.
Beetle predators consider nutrition when choosing their prey.
Scientists observe dolphins and whales at play in Hawaiian waters.
Conservation efforts lead scarlet macaws toward a comeback in Guatemala.
As the seasons come and go, plant life and carbon change on Earth.
Worldwide, a diversity of life dwells deep in the dirt.
Biodiversity loss may be encouraging the increase in Lyme disease.
Prey strike back! For ground beetle larvae, predators are on the menu.
Thanks to local people, a Mexican marine park makes a record recovery.
Accidental netting of related dolphins threatens their genetic future.
Coexisting with the powerful Mississippi River is a challenge for flood-prone communities.
High temperatures in 2010 stressed corals around the world.
Biodiversity may help clear pollutants from streams.
Undersea mountains are prime spots to protect ocean life.
The invasive zebra mussel loosens its grip on the Hudson River.
Biologists discover that pandas need old-growth forests to survive.
Why are climbing vines overgrowing tropical forests in the Americas?