Few of us rarely get to hear the beautiful and haunting sound of whale songs. But if you have, the tunes won't all be the same. Whales, like humans, experience cultural evolution through their sounds. The songs of male humpback whales, for instance, actually evolve when individual whales change, alter, or embellish parts of a standard song sequence and others in the group pick up on it and pass it along.
With shiny, iridescent berries that look like little Christmas ornaments, Pollia condensata takes home the title of the brightest living matter in...
After Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8, 2022, the Operation London Bridge plan was put into motion.
Michael Farmer was walking around his property in Costa Rica when he paused to look at something peculiar on the leaves of a guava tree: a small piece of metal that seemed to be moving. He picked it up to see what it was, and realized he was holding a species of scarab beetle known as Chrysina limbata.
Bees bless our planet in so many extraordinary ways.
Sometimes, the natural landscape can bear an uncanny resemblance to creatures in the wild–one of these curious places is off...
Over 8,000 photos were entered into the 2022 Nature TTL Photographer of the Year contest. Incredible images of landscapes and wildlife took home awards across many different categories. But, in the end, American photographer Dennis Stogsdill was named Nature TTL Photographer of the Year and took home a cash prize of £1,500 (approximately $1,773) for his glimpse at nature in its most primal state.
The perfect summer getaway looks different for everyone.
Green skies sound like the backdrop to a sci-fi film, not what you might see when you look out the...
When hiking among the snow peak mountains, you might not think about the dangers above. But at any moment, the snow could come crashing down in a catastrophic avalanche. This was the case for a group of about 10 people on a guided tour of the Tian Shan mountains in Kyrgyzstan.
Did you know that some crystals contain water that is millions of years old?
Have you ever seen something in nature that made you do a double take?