New research examines the effects of reptile loss on Caribbean islands. The top villain in the story: the mongoose.
The Northern treeshrew defies two widely tested ecological “rules” of body size variation within species, according to a new study.
Fernanda the tortoise is the only of her species discovered on the Galápagos island of Fernandina since 1906. She has baffled evolutionary biologists.
Crustaceans called beach hoppers can be a significant portion of island foxes’ diets, research finds.