An underwater forest, dating back 10,000 years, was recently discovered off the Norfolk Coast, shedding some light on this prehistoric environment.
Winter storm Juno is nearly upon the East Coast of the United States, and many are already claiming that it is bound to be a historic nor'easter, with record total snowfall and wind speeds in some parts. Now NASA and the NOAA have released satellite footage showing just how a potentially "historic" storm forms.
A low deer count in Ohio has caused multiple complaints among hunters who have consequently bagged far fewer animals this season, according to reports.
For the first time ever, a sea otter pup conceived in the wild was born in captivity, according to researchers at the University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC), giving them a rare look at otter motherhood.
Though it appears a magical, fluorescent blue, Hong Kong's seas are actually sparkling as of late because of farming pollution, underlining a potentially toxic problem behind an otherwise beautiful sight.
As the poaching crisis continues to run rampant across South Africa, a record number of rhinos consequentially died in 2014, highlighting the crucial need to step up efforts to tackle this illegal hunting and protect an iconic species.
In an equally pleasant and surprising move, the US Senate went on record Wednesday officially saying that "climate change is real," finally laying to rest any lingering doubt among naysayers.
Thanks to climate change, habitat loss and hunting, the number of Borneo mammals at near-extinction is expected to double by the year 2080, an astonishing new report says.
A year into West Africa's Ebola epidemic, the WHO has reported more than 7,500 deaths and nearly 20,000 confirmed cases among humans. And while it's understandable why the media has focused on these tragic numbers, some researchers are saying that we're missing something equally tragic: nearly a third of the world's gorillas and chimpanzees have died from Ebola since the 1990s.
The biggest Florida black bear on record was unfortunately trapped and killed Sunday in a Longwood neighborhood by the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), bringing to light issues of human-animal conflict.
A freaky frilled shark was caught off the Australian coast this week, a terrifying-looking species that dates back 80 million years.
One California paddle boarder, a dolphin and whale enthusiast, had one of his dreams come true two weeks ago when "partied" with a pod of orca whales off the coast of Laguna Beach, catching the entire event on camera.
The population of India's iconic tigers is up more than 30 percent in just four years, giving conservationists a rare piece of good news for once.
A pipeline breach in Montana dumped 50,000 gallons of oil into the Yellowstone River on Saturday, prompting the governor to declare a state of emergency.
A semi-deadly virus that causes tumors in turkeys was recently deemed far more widespread than originally thought. Thankfully, experts have also discovered that the virus is far less threatening than they had believed, easing concerns among ecologists.