Pumas are more social than scientists previously thought, a new study suggests.
Two different groups of lizards—geckos and anoles—took two different evolutionary routes to developing their sticky toe pads.
Pest resistance to genetically engineered crops increased by more than fivefold in the past decade, yet some pests remain suppressed. Now scientists are discovering why they adapted quickly in some cases but not others.
A new model for understanding how climate affects wildfire frequency focuses on two variables: temperature and precipitation.
When a lack of predators means the main survival challenge is scraping for limited food, some guppy moms gestate their young longer so they are born more mature and better able to compete for their meals.