A recent study found evidence that an ankylosaur coloring was similar to the protective coloration we see in modern animals.
How do animals adapt and evolve due to industrial pollution?
Most bears are one color, so why do pandas have black-and-white coats?
Moths with high-contrast markings like zebra stripes are harder to detect, at least at first, than those with background-matching camouflage.
The story of evolution is replete with twists and turns. The land-bound blenny fish is a prime example.
Pirate fish are not only ravenous predators, they appear to be masters of deception.
Animals have mastered blending in with their surroundings. Yet, why do some animals have lighter fur on their bellies than on their backs?
On this Moment of Science, we'll learn how the phrase "blood is thicker than water," applies to the natural world.
These unique sharks have heads resembling flattened, T shaped hammers. But how would such a weird head evolve?
Clever cephalopods and colorblind camouflage champions---cuttlefish!