Past climate change had a huge impact on the ancestors of today's canines.
See the several butterfly species that are predicted to go extinct in our lifetimes.
Some like it hot, but woolly mammoths and giant sloths didn’t, helping to explain why these animals and other big beasts from the last Ice Age went extinct.
About a third of bumblebee species are dying off, some up to 90 percent of the population. Continue reading →
Miserable conditions in the tropics 200 million years ago help explain why only a few scrappy species of dinos managed to survive there.
Polar bears are seen eating dolphins for the first time ever, a sign that their diet is expanding. Continue reading →
Rubbish the sea lion has made not one but two scary trips to bustling California cities, and now animal experts are worried about his fate and that of other marine mammals. Continue reading →
Changing temperatures triggering movement of vast movements of fish is behind the high number of sea lion strandings off the coast of California.
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