"All the indicators are that we could be looking at a chocolate deficit of 100,000 tonnes a year in the next few years," researcher Doug Hawkins said.
Wildlife rescuers scrambled after being called in to remove dozens of eggs discovered in a sandpit at a school in New South Wales.
Thirteen monkeys have died in a fire at Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire. The incident took place in the early hours of Tuesday, 2 January.
Kathryn Curzon, co-founder of the marine conservation organisation Friends for Sharks, tells IBTimes UK how to deal with a fear of shark attacks.
According to Unesco, World Heritage coral reefs could become extinct by 2,100 if CO2 emissions are not controlled.
Researchers have found that performance gaps between male and female students increased or decreased based on the emphasis that teachers laid on the value of examinations.
We as humans can be compared to oysters when it comes to intelligence with intelligent life, says researcher.
The Jiangxi province is known for its prehistoric fossils and has been described as the 'hometown of dinosaurs'.
Scientists reportedly plunged a 10Km-long acoustic probe into the ocean, which is reportedly capable of recording sounds 9.3Kms away.
No great white sharks are currently kept in captivity anywhere in the world - and the longest they have ever survived was just over six months at Monterey Bay Aquarium in the US.
Plants are at risk from a "game changing" disease threatening to cut a deadly swathe through British gardens.
David Scheel and Nathan Hollenbeck from Alaska Pacific University used shrimp fishing pots as a snare to catch these octopuses.
Massive ocean whirlpools spanning hundreds of kilometres are common, but now scientists have observed these massive whirpools pairing up.
A new study reveals that an estimated 2,250 adult great white sharks are roaming off the western coast of Australia, prompting calls for aggressive measures to protect swimmers.
The first member of the hybrid species was likely born around 180,000 years ago. It was first spotted in Brazil in 1957.