Evolution is usually considered in purely biological terms. Yet in animals as well as humans, it can be cultural, too.
We often assume that urban areas are home to an impoverished, degraded animal community. But this isn’t always the case.
Many of us have taken a probiotic or double downed on yogurt to protect our digestive health or treat stomach troubles.
While solar power typically brings to mind shiny solar panels, another way to harness the sun’s energy is to convert it into fuels. Plants do this effortlessly.
Life begets life. It’s the cardinal rule of ecology, an affair not merely of reproduction, but of interaction. Life makes more life possible.
Humans are becoming an increasingly urban species and, across the United States, so are coyotes.
Many developing nations with coastlines depend on their exclusive fishing grounds for food security.
This article is available in Spanish through a partnership with the Institute of Ecology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Should predators like wolves, mountain lions, and bears be killed to protect livestock? It’s one of the most ethically controversial issues around—but ethics aside, evidence suggests tha
Vegetables grown in home gardens are associated with lower greenhouse gas emissions than vegetables bought at the store, according to a study by researchers at the University of California,