The pawpaw is finding champions again after colonizers' dismissal, increasing globalization and economic needs.
Mating snails shoot each other with sperm barbs—but very nicely.
An unlikely source of data about the decline of trout in modern Spain: a book from the 1850s.
A very nineteenth-century-science problem: lots of decaying avian specimens.
Marine biologists need to count sharks to save them, but the common practice of using video cameras to record populations could be improved.
What’s there to love about “bad” coffee? For much of the world, plenty.
And how it changed Park Service policy.
The forest's unique ecosystem protects the world's largest carbon sink—the Earth's permafrost layer. But for how much longer?
With climate change comes more flooding. As cities confront the risks and potential damages, trees could become even more important.
Could these blood-sucking pests actually have the munchies?