A puma and her two kittens look out over San Jose, California.
Many Americans move to rural areas to live near nature. But the mere presence of humans changes wildlife behavior in ways that may have ripple effects.
Chimpanzees are wily enough to adapt in some ways when people encroach on their turf.
Apes and people are sharing habitat more than ever. As apes are pushed into novel situations, we can see how they adapt and maybe find clues into early human evolution.
Not a happy cousin.
Poaching, habitat destruction and disease have reduced mountain gorilla numbers for decades, but how have these threats affected their genomes?
Coral reefs, the rain forests of the sea.
A new ecology study doesn’t focus on how people degrade the environment. Instead, it untangles the way physical factors in a pristine ecosystem drive the biology of what lives there.
Policy-makers should take into account historical information about ecosystems in order to make more informed decisions with…
The disappearance of animals such as the rhinoceros and the elephant is reducing the biodiversity of rainforests. These large…
For whom the bell tolls: a Little Penguin.
Little Penguins off the coast of Perth are being found dead - starved, battered, and in some cases almost completely beheaded - as elements both natural and manmade conspire against them. Penguin Island…