In a Brazilian lagoon, dolphins that don't cooperate with people must range farther to find food.
Nala Rogers, Staff Writer
Environmental scientists are so fed up with being ignored they are using satire.
Drilling directly into magma may help humanity harness a vast new source of clean energy.
How the heat of cities drives animal size may offer clues about how ecosystems will respond to global warming.
A genetic variant linked to cold sensation and migraine headaches may have helped people survive in northern climates.
New study shows how sand sedges lure beneficial bacteria to their roots.
The 5.4 magnitude earthquake suggests that even small volumes of water can trigger large events.
New study reveals the complex strategies crab spiders use to soar on streamers of silk.
Illicit drug residues in sewage spiked for holidays and special events during summer 2017 in rural Kentucky.
Deep layers may reveal prehistoric earthquakes, showing how often they strike New England.
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