Certain tree species can add to pollution if they're planted in certain locations.
With their ornately colored bodies, rhythmic pulsations, and booty-shaking dance moves, male peacock spiders attract mates and researchers alike.
With their ornately-colored fur, rhythmic pulsations, and booty-shaking dance moves, male peacock spiders attract the attention of spectating females as well as researchers.
As the climate changes, this species could lose ground in its breeding range but gain wintering ground.
Blue whale populations are only a fraction of what they once were globally, but a California population has nearly made a comeback.