New study finds climate change could spark the next pandemic

As the earth's climate continues to warm, researchers predict wild animals will be forced to relocate their habitats—likely to regions with large human populations—dramatically increasing the risk of a viral jump to humans ...

Addressing the ocean deoxygenation crisis

While landlubbing house hunters sure don't have it easy these days, there's another community—one that dwarfs the human population in size—that is also suffering the woes of shrinking real estate: animals that live in ...

How rock agamas pick snoozing spots in cities

Sleep is fundamental for all animals; when an animal sleeps, the brain sorts and categorizes memories and restores its energy. Urban habitats like cities, however, can hamper an animal's sleep quality and patterns due to ...

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