Drought killed off inedible plants in Kruger National Park, making room for other plants that animals like to eat.
Blowflies serve as natural sampling instruments to learn what is pooping and dying in an area.
For seeds, it’s a race against time to create the chloroplasts they need to survive during the first 48 hours in the ground.
Individuals will compromise on their own temperature preferences to gain the benefits of group life.
When assessing their enemies, chameleons may be better off looking at color rather than the size and shape of their opponents' bodies.
Once thought to stay shallow, a new study finds the tusked mammals are among the deepest divers in the sea.