You’ve heard of March Madness and Fat Bear Week, but are you ready for March Napness? As hibernating season comes to an end, the search is on for the sleepiest sanctuary bear.
Researchers found a decline of nearly 7,000 whales between 2012 and 2021, which coincided with a massive marine heatwave sometimes referred to as “the blob."
The fish, known as Danionella cerebrum, is smaller than a grape and is transparent
A family of three bears had bear-ly moved into a building in California’s Lake Tahoe when they got the boot.
Joro spiders have been found in new research to be even more "urban tolerant" than previously believed, setting these creatures up to invade even more U.S. cities.
Audio from several 911 calls have been released from a terrifying cougar attack north of Snoqualmie, capturing the moments a group of friends tried to pin the creature down with their bicycles.
National Geographic explorer Bryan Fry revealed details about the largest identified snake, a green anaconda variant.
Scientists identified species including deep-sea corals, glass sponges, sea urchins, amphipods, squat lobsters, and others.
Last week, Thibodaux, a 36-year-old leucistic alligator at the Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, underwent a procedure to remove a stomach full of coins. Leucism is a condition that causes partial loss of all types of pigmentation.
Ohio meteorologist Matt Willoughby's broadcast took an unexpected turn when a herd of donkeys wandered into the frame, leaving him momentarily stunned.
A zoo guest who decided to climb a wall to enter a lion enclosure to apparently take a selfie was mauled to death by the animal Thursday, according to reports.
A Florida manatee put on a beautiful show for a lucky diver who caught the whole interaction on video.
Remember the Joro spider? Researchers from the University of Georgia say the East Asian yellow and blue arachnids are likely to spread again – and it won't be easy to get rid of them.
Wolves in Chernobyl’s radiation zone appear to have developed a resistance to cancer after being exposed to high levels of radiation in the wake of the nuclear disaster 35 years ago, according to a new study.
A stingray's pregnancy could be a miraculous birth: The aquarium and shark lab where she lives has no male stingrays.
The serene landscapes of our national parks feature a plethora of mountainous landscapes, pristine beaches and lush forests, but there are some deadly risks associated with visiting. Outdoor clothing brand KÜHL looked at different criteria and came up with a list of the top 10 deadliest national parks.
Maryland state officials discovered a deceased whale off the state's Atlantic coast last week, marking the second beached whale carcass discovered in the area in three weeks.
Bats at the University of Georgia have been making their homes in some of the student dorms as the start of spring semester gets underway.
It's also the first-ever alligator of its kind to be born in human care and makes Gatorland the owner of the largest collection of rare leucistic alligators in the world.
Get ready, because 2024 is the first time in centuries that two broods of trillions of cicadas are waking up. Here's when and where they'll emerge in Georgia.