The latest news on extinction
Chemicals from Siberian eruption may have triggered history's greatest catastrophe.
Climate change will force them south, where they are unsuited for the diet.
Colonization could happen soon if astronauts behaved like settlers—not expecting to go home.
Introduction of Texas panthers to Florida boosted genetic diversity of local population, report says.
The current decline in horseshoe crab numbers parallels climate change like that of the last Ice Age.
Declines in Europe and Africa raise worries of widespread slide.
The latest episode of global warming could upset the balance of biodiversity.
Climate change could wipe out one species in five, researchers say.
New evidence seems to rule out popular extinction theories involving meteors and human hunters.
Prevalence of a fungus suggests extinctions at end of last ice age started before vegetation changed.