Image of the Day: Spider Spotting
Image of the Day: Spider Spotting
A type of jumping spider called Afraflacilla had never been documented in India—until now.
Image of the Day: Spider Spotting
Image of the Day: Spider Spotting

A type of jumping spider called Afraflacilla had never been documented in India—until now.

A type of jumping spider called Afraflacilla had never been documented in India—until now.

habitat
Image of the Day: Pika Populations
Image of the Day: Pika Populations
Emily Makowski | Sep 24, 2019
Geography plays a role in how the small mammals adapt to environmental changes.
Image of the Day: Harbor Seal Wearables
Image of the Day: Harbor Seal Wearables
Nicoletta Lanese | Aug 2, 2019
External satellite transmitters fitted to the animals’ heads track their movements and habitat use.
Image of the Day: Ray of Light
Image of the Day: Ray of Light
Sukanya Charuchandra | Jun 22, 2018
The discovery of the world’s first known manta ray nursery will offer a glimpse into the animals’ juvenile stage.
Increasing Seal Pup Numbers Influence Feral-Horse Feeding Habits
Increasing Seal Pup Numbers Influence Feral-Horse Feeding Habits
Catherine Offord | Aug 1, 2016
Researchers reveal how seals affect vegetation patterns and influence the movement of feral horse populations on Sable Island in Canada.
A Cloud for Bats
Hayley Dunning | Aug 2, 2012
A unique habitat seeks to bring awareness to a disease decimating populations of the flying mammals.
Designing Bat Homes
The Scientist Staff | Aug 2, 2012
Strung between a cluster of trees in a quiet nature reserve in Buffalo, New York, is a collection of large, metal pods. For now, they are quiet day and night, but the pods' architect, Joyce Hwang, hopes that in future twilights, they will be buzzing