Read the full story at Undark. New research finds that different species of honeycreepers are singing the same songs. What does that mean for survival?
Read the full story at the Revelator. Three bird species, two frogs, a shark, a famous snail and one of the world’s largest freshwater fish
Read the full story in Nature. Researchers are increasingly using traces of genetic material in the wild to track endangered species.
Read the full story from the Atlantic. Once, snails decorated the forests of Hawaii like Christmas ornaments. There were more than 750 unique species, which
Read the full story from the University of Helsinki. Scientists from the University of Helsinki have figured out how to mine people’s online reactions to
Read the full story in Nature. Camera traps have recorded the first images of the silver-backed chevrotain in the wild.