Stone Zoo welcomes new baby sloth
There's an adorable new furry face at the Stone Zoo.
The giant Burmese python captured in Florida's Everglades had swallowed the alligator whole, which scientists discovered during a necropsy.
Scientists film a species of snailfish swimming at an extraordinary depth, breaking the current record.
A new study analyzed the DNA of feral dogs living near Chernobyl, compared the animals to others living 10 miles away, and found remarkable differences.
On Wednesday, the Provincetown-based team removed 200 feet of rope from the right whale, but was forced to pause when they lost daylight.
A 27-year-old grizzly bear that has received worldwide attention could become a record-setter when it emerges from hibernation.
Opinion by Marek Warszawski: “Flooding adversely affects a lot of people. But San Joaquin River salmon are loving life.”
All dairy cows will be given “methane suppressants” to stop them belching so much under the Government’s net zero plans.
An angler landed a prehistoric fish that has survived in the nasty waters of the Trinity River near Dallas, unlike other fish species.
The latest snowstorm pushed the Twin Cities into the top three snowiest winters on record, with 89.7 inches of snow for the season so far.
Scientists were driving through the rainforest of Madagascar when something caught their attention.
A Realtor showing one of the homes found it destroyed by a tree, a police chief said.
During an expedition to Canada this week, a wildlife photographer snapped the shot of a lifetime as he observed a polar bear mother standing upright, looking around, her two young cubs beside her.
Thanks to the multitude of storms that have hit California since the beginning of the year and a massive Sierra snowpack, additional water supplies are now available for millions across the state.
Two suburban Triangle counties and three on the coast outpaced the rest.
Additional water storage is right in front of our eyes — or, more specifically, right under our feet.
Keep visiting hummingbirds happy and healthy by ensuring their feeders are clean
Following a remarkable winter in which back-to-back “atmospheric rivers” pummeled the West Coast, California’s snowpack levels have climbed to an all-time high, according to state meteorologists. The state’s average snow-water equivalent — the amount of water contained in a snowpack — soared to 236 percent of seasonal norms on Thursday, surpassing a 1982-1983 record, the California Department…
Two more days to prepare — or worry.
A team of CDC health investigators in East Palestine, Ohio, reported nausea, headaches and coughing.
The storm hit Sangamon County shortly before 6 p.m. Friday after moving through the Jacksonville area.