Featured in Biodiversity
This rainbow-scaled lizard lived anonymously in the Andes—until now
The Feiruz wood lizard is one of more than a dozen recently found Peruvian creatures.
An urban cemetery is a surprising sanctuary for fantastic fungi
Spaces for the dead are becoming stepping stones to wildlife discovery.
Indigenous languages hold the keys to medicinal forest libraries
When languages die, so do entire generations of botanical knowledge.
This adorable new toadlet has glowing bones
It's a wonderful addition to the Brachycephalus family.
A quarter of new invasive species were spotted by everyday citizen-scientists
Keep your eyes peeled in your home and garden.
‘Forest gardens’ planted by Canada’s Indigenous people before the 1800s still benefit ecosystems today
And they could help those communities reclaim their lands.
Humans haven’t always wrecked the environment
It's only been in the last few hundred years that we've starting destroying land.
Global warming is forcing species to reorganize their ecosystems
While the number of species at a given location is staying relatively the same, who is present is changing fast
These newly discovered iridescent bees are already at risk of extinction
Scientist found nine new bee species in Fiji, but their unique habitat puts their population at risk.
The asteroid collision that changed life on Earth forever—without killing the dinosaurs
Dust from falling meteorites likely cooled the Earth's climate, leading to a boost in life in the oceans.