Did Humans Really Kill Most of the Animals and Plants? We may be the most successful land mammal, but pound for pound, plants and bacteria still have us beat.

We may be the most successful land mammal, but pound for pound, plants and bacteria still have us beat.

Satellite Technology Can Help Keep an Eye on Global Fishing For the first time, researchers have mapped when and where the world’s commercial fisheries operate.

If you live in a developed country and eat seafood, there’s a very good chance that the fish on your plate was caught by a commercial fishing boat. You may know whether your tuna comes from the Pacific or the READ MORE

Do Nice Apes Finish Last? It’s Complicated. Despite their natural cooperativity, adult bonobos appeared to favor both humans and cartoon characters that are unhelpful.

by Nick Tomasello Guest Contributor Bonobo apes are among our closest genetic relatives. Like humans, they are very social and are known to cooperate to find food. However, new research published in the journal Cell describes a key way our READ MORE