Latest California Academy of Sciences Stories
Nearly one out of every five vertebrates in the world are currently threatened with extinction--and things would be worse were it not for the efforts of conservationists across the globe--a new study set to be published in the journal Science has discovered.
Researchers may have discovered a new species of the giant elephant shrew in a remote Kenyan forest.
The evolutionary history of the Thaumoctopus mimicus lineage reveals the steps it took to become a master of disguise.
Fossilized bones from two ancient animals in Ethiopia show signs of human butchering, pushing back the earliest known evidence for the use of stone tools by nearly a million years, according to researchers.
New study finds that the average ecosystem will need to shift about a quarter mile per year to keep pace with global climate change.
Ranging from mosses to eels, spanning four continents and two oceans, these discoveries add to the family tree of life on Earth.
Breeding program offers new opportunities to understand a little-studied species, and introduce the public to these fascinating creatures.
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Ancient and bizarre fish named by California Academy of Sciences researchers.
It's two inches long, grows on wood, and is shaped like a phallus. A new species of stinkhorn mushroom, Phallus drewesii, has been discovered on the African island of Sao Tome and graces the upcoming cover of the journal Mycologia.
- One of the side scenes of the stage in a theater, or the space included between the side scenes.
- The outside stock exchange, or “curb market,” of Paris.
- A flute or groove on the blade of a sword.
- A section of stage scenery placed in a wing of a theatre.