“As I was carving this chest front I felt like I was reconnecting with my ancestor.” – Christian White, Bill Holm Center grant recipient.
The Zambian and Tanzanian fossil beds preserved both plants and animals, providing information on paleoclimate before and after extinction.
Researchers sink their teeth into this tricky evolutionary question.
By extracting phytoliths from once-living plants, scientists were able to uncover a story of vegetation change in response to climate.
What are foraminifera? What can they tell us about the health of Puget Sound?
The mystery of these tiny, but hearty, birds' migratory patterns is starting to unfold.
What started as a hobby led to a one-of-a-kind collection of 100,000 shells from all over the world and incredible research potential.
In total, 253 fish species have been recorded in the Salish Sea, and that’s about 14 percent more than in the last count.
You thought you had a quirky feature? You’ve got nothing on these fish!
Northern rubber boas often curl up into a ball when threatened, looking like a ball of rubber and perhaps a reason for their name.
Rocky Mountain Tailed Frogs are one of the most primitive of all frogs in Washington.