News file for: Nature
Female sea urchins that have many mates also have higher offspring survival rates.
A study of 60 years of coral records reveals that the oceans are getting warmer, potentially altering the patterns of rainfall and drought.
Researchers from the South China Agricultural University have discovered four new species of dragon millipedes, including two cave-dwelling ones.
Scientists have uncovered an unusual reproductive strategy in frogs: laying their eggs inside live bamboo plants.
The oceans are getting more acidic, but living in the reefs has helped epaulette sharks cope, scientists say.
Unlike other social animals, leadership in steel-blue sawfly groups is mutually beneficial for both leaders and followers.
A detailed study of the population dynamics of the Crown-of-Thorns starfish could help local fishermen dependent on the coral reefs of Japan.
Inspired by the mantis shrimp’s elegant visual system based on polarized light, scientists have developed a camera that can see cancer.
A genetic analysis has revealed that the enzymes required to decompose plant material are distributed across fungi, termites and their gut bacteria.
Researchers have deciphered the genetic mechanism of a species of small fly that is invulnerable to harsh conditions such as drought.