A lack of food during a critical stage of larval development may impair the growth of adult monarch butterfly wings, with potentially disastrous consequences for the migration success of this species. Continue reading Stunted butterfly wings linked to food shortages during caterpillar phase
Guest writer Ross Stevens delves into the world of bats and finds that many species are facing an uncertain future as human society continues to encroach on their natural habitat.
An extensive survey of an isolated region in northern Democratic Republic of Congo has uncovered one of the largest remaining populations of Eastern chimpanzee which, until now, had been completely unknown to science. Continue reading Thriving chimpanzee population discovered in remote Congolese forest
Satellite data predicts nine danger zones in the Atlantic where leatherback turtles are most susceptible to unintentional capture by fishing gear. Continue reading Map highlights areas of greatest risk to turtles in the Atlantic