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The International Union for the Conservation of Nature estimates that monarch butterfly populations have declined between 22% and 72% over a decade.
A comprehensive new assessment of thousands of reptiles species has found that 21 percent are considered endangered, critically endangered or vulnerable to extinction.
Scientists have figured out why vampire bats are the only mammals that can survive on a diet of just blood.
The two nations are key to success of upcoming climate negotiations in less than six weeks. A joint US-China agreement paved the way for the historic 2015 Paris accord.
Friday's second and final day of the summit also focused on what Biden says is the need for massive investment for cleaner energy — and what he says is the economic payoff.
Biden made an ambitious pledge to cut by at least one-half the damaging fumes that America is pumping out. Biden said the world faces “a moment of peril but a moment of opportunity.”…
Viruses that emerge from bats are more lethal in humans than those from other species. Scientists are probing the mysteries of bat immune systems and investigating strategies to minimize contact between humans and livestock with bats and other wild animals.
A new U.N. biodiversity report card highlights the decline over the past 10 years in fragile ecosystems such as coral reefs and tropical forests.
Males were long assumed to be loners because they leave their mother's herd when they reach adolescence. A study published Thursday shows that adolescent males prefer to travel along migration corridors behind older males.
The amount of commercial fishing worldwide has dipped since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, but scientists and conservation experts say it's unclear if the slowdown will help jeopardized species of marine life to recover.
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