A multinational team led by Angela Hancock of the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research in Cologne (Germany) studied a wild thale cress (Arabidopsis thaliana) population that inhabited the base of an aggressive stratovolcano.
As twilight set above Australia’s Phillip Island just this week, large numbers of small black-and-white pigeons partake in the region’s greatest “penguin procession”.
By Jim Gain OPERATION PHOTOTROGON The name Operation PhotoTrogon came about weeks ago as Rich Brown and I started planning our trip. We discussed the potential top target birds for the adventure and it didn’t take long for us to settle on Elegant Trogon as the clear winner of the #1 bird we wanted to … Continue reading Operation PhotoTrogon Stop II – Tucson’s Sweetwater Wetlands
An unexpected object was dug up by a family in Mexico while building a toilet cistern in their yard – a one-in-a-million turn of events, indeed.
A new study suggests the new solar device is capable of harnessing solar power even at night.
According to recent research, toxins that were prohibited decades ago are still endangering critically endangered California condors
Male infertility is linked to breast cancer in men, opposing the long-held belief that the disease is only for women, as found by the UK-based study.
Researchers at the University of Portsmouth revealed that shipping rates in the North East Atlantic region increased by 34% during a five-year period
Local authorities are on the move to trap the cougar following the rare mountain lion attack in California.
The record heat last week was astonishing both day and night. It was the most magnificent from Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa all the way to Michigan. According to the National Weather Service Nashville, the potential for severe storms is mostly along and north of Interstate 40, particularly around the Tennessee-Kentucky border. The greatest threats are severe wind and huge hail, but a tornado is not out of the question.