Science/HealthMar 15, 2017 08:12 AM EDT Monarch butterflies' population decline due to loss of milkweed
Monarch butterflies are declining in numbers because of decreasing milkweed due to land conversion and herbicide use.
Science/HealthMar 14, 2017 08:21 PM EDT Great white sharks congregate in Cape Cod waters: What draw the predators? [WATCH]
Cape Cod is getting frequented by great white sharks and it seems that the hunter's population is increasing. The predators are drawn to the place's warm waters and abundant food supply courtesy of the massive seal population.
Science/HealthMar 13, 2017 03:59 AM EDT Tree rings can be used as a warning system to forecast volcanic eruptions, scientists discovered
Scientists made an amazing discovery as tree rings could predict a volcanic eruption.
Science/HealthMar 12, 2017 05:22 PM EDT What mystery lies behind the green-tinged ice adrift in Antarctica's Ross Sea [WATCH]
The mysterious green sea ice which is sited drifting in the Ross Sea is caused by phytoplankton that also gave the ice its green tinge.
Science/HealthMar 04, 2017 07:01 AM EST More than 700 North American and Hawaiian native bees are on the verge of extinction; Key pollinators, too valuable for crop production
Less than a thousand bees native to North America and Hawaii are heading to extinction. The key pollinators are very valuable for the state's crop production that yields billions of dollars every year.
Science/HealthMar 09, 2017 09:29 AM EST Three new giant bird-eating tarantula species discovered in Brazil, Ecuador & Peru
Researchers have discovered three new species of the huge bird-eating tarantulas from Brazil, Ecuador, and Peru.
Science/HealthMar 09, 2017 12:00 AM EST Bumblebees 'smelly tracks' determine food on flowers, nest mates & stranger scents
Bumblebees have the ability to distinguish if the flower has been visited already for food through the smelly tracks left by its own nest mate or from other species.
Science/HealthMar 01, 2017 10:04 AM EST Sharks declining numbers in southeast US waters slowly recover study suggests
Most sharks that live in the southeastern part of the US waters began to decline due to over shark fishing. Fishing regulations control such practice thus shark recovery from its reduced numbers began to slowly rise.
Science/HealthFeb 28, 2017 10:07 AM EST Basking sharks will soon have its Marine Protected Area in the Sea of the Hebrides
The Sea of the Hebrides will serve as the Marine Protected Area of basking sharks which frequent the area almost every year to feed and mate.
Science/HealthFeb 26, 2017 04:10 AM EST New study could save hammerhead sharks from extinction, human interaction will be controlled
Biologists have found a way to conserve the endangered hammerhead sharks. Human interactions will be regulated to keep the sharks from being hunted for its fins.