On how we know—and how we learn—what to fear
But modern farms deprive them of meaningful companionship.
Scientists have theories as to why—some worrisome, some hopeful, all involving humans.
Burrow far below the planet’s surface, and even there, humanity has left its imprint.
Salmon on psychotropics, platypuses on prozac, and other strange tales from the wild
We had scarcely discovered the parasite Felicola isidoroi when it vanished forever.
As machines fill the skies, they meet resistance from the animals who already live there.
How technology has changed the way we look at whales—and ourselves
The stinging, gelatinous blobs could take over the world’s oceans.