Mushrooms may seem like humble life forms, but they are very much wrapped up in the human experience.
The Española giant tortoise, once feared extinct, has a viable population again.
When faced with an invasive competitor, Florida anole lizards took only 15 years to evolve a response.
A new species of frog has been identified in the wilds of New York City
Once plentiful, chestnuts were virtually extirpated from the forests of eastern North America by WWII.
Despite being such conspicuous animals, researchers still know surprisingly little about giraffes.
The winter coping strategies of birds and humans are not so different.
Alfred Kinsey was a professor of entomology before becoming a sexologist.
The mysterious Deinocheirus dinosaur now has a body.
The common perception of bat calls consists of squeaks and chirps. But many bats, including Mexican free-tailed bats of Austin, TX, sing to one another.