The 25-year old, most photographed grizzly in Yellowstone National Park was shot and killed in November 2015 by an unidentified hunter.
People in Malawi continue to mutilate and murder albinos because they believe that their body parts can be used to create potions. A limb can be sold to hunters for $2,000 while an entire corpse amounts to $75,000.
After 145 years, the elephants can now join fellow retirees at the Center for Elephant Conservation in Florida.
The footprint is from an extinct species called Isochirotherium, an ancestor of both crocodiles and dinosaurs.
Rhododendrons were brought to the United Kingdom more than 160 years ago and are considered both historic and rare.
Over 500 million people living in the Middel East and North Africa are going to be dispaced due to the rising temparatures, making the two regions unable to support human life.
Though considered as the most invasive "fish pests," environmentalists worry that the dead Carp might cause water pollution.
Up to 93% of corals have been smothered by the sediment brought by the $205 million Deep Dredge project at Port Miami.
CDC is now conducting an assessment what caused the stomach bug outbreak that resulted to the sickening of more than 100 passengers and crew members aboard the Disney Wonder cruise ship.
The maps identified the "suitable" areas of mosquitoes survival to predict where the infection-carrying misquitoes are likely to survive.
Tens of millions of bison once flourished across Canada and Mexico. Today, just a handful of bison live in Yellowstone National Park with population swelling to roughly 4,900.
In light of recent nuclear events around the world, the Belgian government has decided to provide emergency-use iodine pills in case of a nuclear disaster. But these pills can only do so much.
Astrobiologists explore Danakil Depression, a toxic hot spring and unfriendly environment in Africa, in order to see if life could thrive in extreme conditions on other planets.
Following heavy rain fall, the unusual speed of rising floodwater claimed lives and damaged properties in Palestine, Texas, affecting 18,000 residents