Scientists have figured out how to make a river meander in the lab, according to a report in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Imagine waking up to discover that your mother, your sister, and your friends’ wives are all men. That could be reality for invasive fish if a radical plan to exterminate them takes shape.
Scientists have invented a better fixer-upper for damaged coral reefs.
Special highway underpasses restore bat migrations
Our mark was an invasive pest that had made a remote tropical island its home. But good and evil are not so easily discerned in ecological systems, even when a place looks like Eden.
Charged with downsizing wildlife populations to fit the geography of the modern world, a small group of researchers is out to replace bullets with family planning. By Douglas Fox.
Fake fruits lure bats to replant denuded rainforests
How joyful, really, is the resurrection of a species if the modern world cannot find a single haven for it and if it seems doomed to slip into limbo once more anyway? By Scott Weidensaul.
Climate change will shuffle the deck of plants, animals, and ecosystems in ways we’ve only begun to imagine
Cloning could be the Holy Grail of conservation or the ultimate folly. Either way, the fact is, cloning works.