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Extent of aquatic-associated spider species suggests they’re pre-adapted to watery environments.
New fossil animal named after the goddess Athena shows how sea lilies’ arms evolved.
From geckos to goblin spiders, flowering plants, and island ants, these new species grow Earth's tree of life.
World-class international photo competition awards captivating wildlife and conservation images.
From fish to flowering plants and seahorses to snakes, these 229 new species grow Earth's tree of life.
Sixth annual photo competition awards captivating wildlife and conservation images with cash prizes and exhibit.
Findings raise questions about the stability of our modern global system.
Interactive exhibit explores polar animals and features outdoor ice rink and snow flurries.
Team constructs new family tree for group of nudibranchs; discovers color mimics.
Award ceremony to take place on October 9, 2018.
Experts from around the world to share the latest science and techniques for coral reef restoration.
A new fish species is only known to exist in the deep reefs of St. Pauls Rocks, a remote Brazilian archipelago.
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