How can bringing back one butterfly make a difference to local ecosystems and other habitats across the state?
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Citizen scientists can help scientists and policy-makers track changes in the environment.
Biologists in Steinhart Aquarium use enrichment and training to keep animals happy, healthy, and engaged.
Anelasma squalicola, a parasitic barnacle, sucks the life and the reproductive capabilities out of its host.
Dylan Burge studies the plants that survive and thrive in serpentine soil.
This past spring Meg Lowman visited a new canopy walkway in Taiwan.
John McCosker found fish in the most extraordinary places!
A peek behind-the-scenes at the Academy's new Skulls exhibit.
Studying beetles this small takes a steady hand!
The California Academy of Sciences is partnering with iNaturalist to enlist an army of citizen scientists...
Once seen as a solution to deforestation, eucalyptus trees are a large threat to the native forests of Ethiopia.
A new study says sharks and rays are in trouble globally.