A few camouflage artists of the animal kingdom, including cuttlefish and Craugastor frogs.
Engineers have developed a new chameleon-like material that changes color with a slight movement, according to research published in the journal Optical.
Historian George E. Webb recounts the intertwined relationship between solar physics and dendrochronology
A long-term study to track the movements of commercially valuable fish species might have been a waste of time, thanks to crafty seals.
Researchers recently discovered something completely different: the fossil of a 7-foot long shrimp-like creature.
Since so few do falconry in the U.S. today, and hawking hasn't made it to the wide world of TV sports, some background is probably in order here.
The world's strongest material is no longer spider silk, it's limpet teeth.
Botany didn’t just intrigue and entertain Sara Plummer Lemmon—it deeply affected her personal life.
A Doncaster museum found that an old plaster cast of an ichthyosaur was in fact a brand new species.
It turns out that Atlantic horseshoe crabs are vital to our health.