Debate over the use of artificial and natural lawns has been rekindled in recent weeks as temperatures surge across the UK.
While no longer as prevalent as they once were, the billions of face masks and gloves that were produced during the pandemic ...
These spiders may not be from Mars, but they've become a part of the legacy A new genus of spiders has been named in honour ...
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The ability of dolphins and toothed whales to echolocate is shaped before they're even born. Researchers found that different ...
An insect last seen in 1869 has sung again, which could help give researchers clues about where the insect might still be living.
Concerns have been raised after one of the most southerly sightings of a beluga whale in history. The whale has been observed ...
As parts of the UK experience one of the worst droughts in a century, a little patch in the southeast of England is babbling with life. We use cook ies to give you the best online experience. We use ...
From Monday 12 to Friday 16 September, the Natural History Museum will hold a week-long programme of free events and activities for young people aged 15-25 around the world · Generation Hope has been ...
While the evolutionary history of the bears remains uncertain, it contributes evidence to suggestions that panda bears could ...
The 560-million-year-old specimen of Auroralumina attenboroughii reveals that the origins of complex life may date back ...
A disease that causes starfish to disintegrate has been reported in the UK and Europe, raising fears for marine ecosystems.