An international team of researchers studying brown bears in Sarıkamış Forest Allahuekber Mountains National Park (SANMP) in northeast Turkey have uncovered some surprising behaviors.
By now the arguments for both sides are well known.
A vexing problem facing epidemiologists is predicting where a novel disease might emerge from animals and begin to infect humans.
Most humans live near the sea and, as a result, have come to rely upon seafood as their main source of protein.
When it comes to forest management, conventional knowledge holds that insect outbreaks increase the risk of and damage from wildfires.
Drones have become ubiquitous, and apart from taking stunning videos, are poised to help with everything from disaster recovery to public health.
Despite our terrestrial nature, Homo sapiens has emerged to become the dominant predator on marine ecosystems worldwide.
It could be that interest in Cecil will continue to wane. On the other hand, the outrage could reflect a shift in values that could increase public support for wildlife conservation.
When Chris Shepherd and Colin Poole began sifting through the data on the wild bird trade in Singapore, they found that 41,737 African grey parrots (a popular pet species categorized as
The glow of porch lights attracts a scrumptious bounty of moths and other insects for hungry geckos, who in turn bask in the lights’ warmth.