Although phasing out the chemicals that caused the ozone hole has led to gradual improvement, natural variability in the climate has also played a role.
The Jackson’s Climbing Salamander was last seen in 1975, and conservationists say its rediscovery highlights the role of nature preserves in protecting species from extinction.
These voracious predators might be gobbling up unknown marine biodiversity before researchers even recognize that it exists.
Until now, these Asian ants were a complete mystery to science, despite being discovered more than 20 years ago.
In the word's longest freshwater migration, the dorado catfish's life-cycle journey stretches nearly the width of South America, new research finds.
A team of physicists has published instructions and created a YouTube video for constructing a device that uses sound waves to move objects.
The finding about slime molds suggests that learning may predate the evolution of the nervous system.
Meltwater at the base of the Aru glacier in western Tibet sped the massive slide of debris.
New research shows the two great-ape species interbred hundreds of thousands of years ago.
A conservation team is working to preserve the shrine surrounding the tomb where Jesus is said to have been buried.