Assisted migration is hotly debated as an aid for species adapting to climate change, but new research reveals survival success for orchids.
Human population density is the strongest driving force behind invasive species in protected areas.
Research into ancestral associations between personality and survival reveals that extraverted gorillas, like humans, live longer lives.
Butterflies and moths with specialized diets are utilizing human-altered environments to expand their ranges with climate change.
Brown bears are escaping hunters by increasing their nocturnal activities. Yet their adaptations may come at a cost.
Man's best friend is one of wildlife's worst enemies.