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Recent changes to the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 leave birds vulnerable to industry, experts say.
How did some orchids transform from rare, all-but-inaccessible flowers into popular houseplants you can purchase at a supermarket?
They talk to each other via underground networks, grow shy, migrate across the Earth's surface, and reverse some of the damage caused by climate change.
Over 100 years ago, a horticulturalist introduced hybrid plants to California gardeners. Up sprouted a movement of amateur experiments in plant biology.
Because we share many of the same cell types with our pets, they develop some of the same cancers. Comparative oncologists study these parallels.
Have people gone mad? How can one individual be overfilling their own cart, while shaming others who are doing the same?
From the fields of ancient Egypt to the present-day American Pacific Northwest, the history of mint goes beyond the search for fresh breath.
Phylum away for safekeeping, and have fauna!
The American bison isn't extinct. But could it ever roam freely across North America, as it once did? Some scholars say it could happen.