Species Alert! Climate Change Forest Use Change Puts Lives Of Species At Risk Research Say

Jul 12, 2016 PM EDT Man's steps towards extending the agricultural territory and combatting climate change are putting many species in danger of extinction.

New Dinosaur Species Has Cousins in Alberta, Study

Sep 26, 2014 AM EDT A newly discovered armoured dinosaur from New Mexico is closely related to those found in Alberta, according to a University of Alberta study.

Drexel Researchers Find Skeleton of Largest Dinosaur Species Ever

Sep 06, 2014 AM EDT Drexel University researchers have discovered a new dinosaur species that is seven times the size of T.Rex.

Extinct Papua New Guinea Bat Species Rediscovered After 120 Years (VIDEO)

Jun 05, 2014 AM EDT University of Queensland researchers have rediscovered a Papua New Guinea bat species that had been considered extinct.

Top 10 Species of 2014

May 22, 2014 AM EDT A teddy bear-faced carnivore from the Andean cloud forests and a ghostly cave snail are among the top 10 newly discovered species of 2014.

Biologists Discover New Toad Species in Peruvian Yungas

Jan 20, 2014 AM EST Biologists from Czech Republic, the United States and Peru have discovered a new species of toad that lives beneath the dead leaves in the Peruvian Yungas.

Absence of Hunting Causes Species to Decline, Study

Oct 28, 2013 AM EDT Unique hunting methods employed by aboriginal Martu people in Australia’s Western Desert lead to the increase in animal population and improved habitat, according to a team of researchers from the ...

Wisconsin Professor Discovers A Potentially New Tick Species?

Oct 03, 2013 AM EDT Tony Goldberg, a School of Veterinary Medicine professor of path biological sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has discovered a possibly new tick species belonging to ‘Amblyomma ...

Greenland May Become Greener Due To Climate Change

Aug 28, 2013 AM EDT By the end of 2100, climate change could transform Greenland into vast swathes of forest land instead of barren ice sheet, according to scientists.

Female Frogs Favour Multitasking Males, Study

Aug 19, 2013 AM EDT Female gray tree frogs belonging to the species 'Hyla chrysosceli' prefer to mate with multitasking males, according to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Minnesota.

Kansas’ Doctoral Student Discovers New Bird Species in Central Peru

Jul 29, 2013 AM EDT Peter Hosner, a doctoral student of ecology and evolutionary biology at the Kansas University, has found a new bird species 'Junin Tapaculo' in the remote Andes Mountains of central Peru. The ...

Complete Fossil of 23 Million-Year-Old Lizard in Amber Resin Found by Mexican Researchers

Jul 09, 2013 AM EDT A team of Mexican researchers have identified a small piece of fossil resin, in the shape of a trapezoid, to be of a 23 million-year-old lizard belonging to a new species of genus Anolis.

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