Honeybees relay the location of the queen through pheromones.
New research supports the idea that pulses of nutrients flushed from Devonian forests fueled ocean algae blooms that suffocated marine life.
The new species unearthed in Patagonia belongs to a group called abelisaurids, which resembled tyrannosaurs with short, bumpy faces.
Steers that ate small amounts of seaweed produced far less of the greenhouse gas methane.
A new paper suggests whales learned to escape the grasp of hunters in just a few years.
New finding suggests muscle tone and wing posture help the insects execute an upside-down backflip, even when anesthetized.
By collecting blowflies and analyzing their gut contents, researchers hope to peek at sites that are difficult or dangerous to access.
Australian scientists measure the gases that two Great Barrier Reef corals emit.