A new study found as many as a 600 species in 50 NC homes.
The femur that was recently excavated in Southwest China resembles those of archaic species of humans that were thought to have been long perished by the Late Pleistocene, said the scientists
Mysterious mushroom-shaped organisms have been discovered deep in the ocean.
Researchers have discovered colossal penguin bones from the extinct species Palaeeudyptes klekowskii on an island in the Antarctic Peninsula, according to a new study.
A pair of nesting bald eagles were spotted on San Clemente Island off the Southern California coast for the first time in more than 50 years, according to National Park Service.
Entomologists have discovered a new species of praying mantis during a survey of the insects in Nyungwe National Park, Republic of Rwanda.
Scientists have reportedly discovered 14 new species of so-called 'dancing frogs' in southern Indian forests. These frogs are so named because of the unusual kicks males make in breeding season.
An international team of researchers have found the most primitive pterodactyloid known that flew high above the earth, existing some 163 million years ago.
Active volcanoes are certainly harbingers of destruction but they might be responsible for our existence after the major Ice Age events, researchers said.
According to a new study, a pollen-born RNA virus could be causing bee colony collapse disorder.
A team of 16 biologists from around the world discovered 60 new species including six frogs and 11 fish in Brazil and cataloged 1,378 plants, ants, fish, insects, birds, mammals and amphibians.
A new species of bird that has never been seen before have been discovered in Cambodia's capital Phnom Penh.
Researchers from Washington State University announced plans to create a honeybee sperm bank and to crossbreed bees to increase resilience and diversity in the species.
Researchers mapped out over 100 different kinds of fungi residing on human feet.
The 'crazy' ant species, named for the ants' erratic movements and dominant behaviors, is invading south east America.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.