How the Loss of Large Carnivores Cascades Through Ecosystems
Antelope in Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park became more daring after civil war ravaged the predator population. A new study tracks the impact that's had.
Overfishing of Krill Is Disrupting Antarctic Food Chains
Commercial fishing for the tiny crustacean has increased in recent years to supply growing demand for nutritional supplements.
How Climate Change Is Upending the Arctic Food Web
A new study shows that melting ice is threatening the survival of polar bears by undercutting the base of their food supply.
Halting Invasive Species May Be Simple As Eating Them
The idea that if you can’t beat ’em, eat ’em has found new resonance in the battle against one particularly voracious invasive species, the lionfish.