Researchers studied 17 years of behavioral and genetic data from chimpanzees in Tanzania, finding that an increase in aggressive behavior in males towards females positively correlates to an increase in copulation frequency.
Archaeologists recently discovered two separate sets of footprints – likely belonging to fishermen – on Lolland Island in the Baltic Sea.
A new study analyzing the grains of a primitive meteorite reveals the incredible strength of the magnetic field around the sun during the formation of the evolution of the early solar system.
In an August flyby, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft picked up two bright features in Saturn moon Titan’s largest sea, with similar characteristics to a “magic island” feature captured in a separate sea in 2013.
The recent rise in air pollution in California’s Central Valley is being caused by the state’s ongoing drought, warmer weather, and PM 2.5 pollutant particles.
Two sinkhole formations in two days – with the possibility of a third coming soon – have caused residents of the Pasco Mobile Home Park in Holiday, Florida to evacuate to a nearby hotel indefinitely.
The IPCC’s latest climate change synthesis report warns of increases in storms and droughts as well as lower water quality.
New research suggests that communities should learn to live with and adapt to wildfires as opposed to fighting them.