Latest Population ecology Stories
One of North America's most common bat species faces extinction in the northeastern US within the next two decades due to a rapidly spreading disease known as White-Nose Syndrome (WNS).
In nature, ultraviolet radiation from sunlight is not the amphibian killer scientists once suspected.
According to a new study by a Quebec research team, there are strong correlations between dog breeds' typical personalities, how long they live, and how much food they eat.
WASHINGTON, April 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In 1978, a joint congressional resolution established Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week.
Californians for Population Stabilization will participate in Earth Day events Santa Barbara - Saturday, April 17 in Alameda Park San Diego - Sunday, April 18 in Balboa Park SANTA BARBARA, Calif., April 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Forty years have passed since the first Earth Day, but the primary issue--an ever-increasing human population making demands on a finite supply of natural resources--remains the same.
The American bee population continues to decline, leaving experts wondering why.
Scientists broadly agree that global warming may threaten the survival of many plant and animal species; but global warming did not kill the Monteverde golden toad, an often cited example of climate-triggered extinction, says a new study.
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Feb.
Most countries throughout the world participate in the $40-million-per-year culinary trade of frog legs in some way, with 75 percent of frog legs consumed in France, Belgium and the United States.
Biologists have genetically mapped the sex chromosomes of several species of cichlid fish from Lake Malawi, East Africa, and identified a mechanism by which new sex chromosomes may evolve.
- Pertaining to the surface or end opposite to the mouth in a radiate animal.