There are some surprising entries on a new list of intelligent animals, including a small lizard and a furry animal that might be in your home now.
The arrival of spring brings warmer weather, the greening of trees, the blooming of flowers, and animals that have been off taking long naps.
A study just released is the first to examine the European wild bee population.
The bees start foraging when they are too young to do the risky job, new research suggests.
A class of insecticide called neonicotinoids puts the bee's learning ability at risk and inhibits colony growth.
There's a new kind of eye in town, and it belongs to Paraphronima gracilis, a tiny, transparent, aquatic crustacean that sees kind of like a bee but whose eye structure, researchers say, is one of a kind.
The federal task force to protect pollinators will hold public meetings over the next few weeks to gather ideas.
BYU undergrad looking for the right phage to seek and destroy deadly American Foulbrood bacteria.
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