Current data show that while the hawksbill sea turtles may be safe from poachers in the Arnavons where they nest, they will be migrating back to their foraging grounds that are severely damaged by climate change.
While lesser known than the San Andreas fault, the San Jacinto fault also poses a threat to millions of Californians, particularly those living in San Bernardino.
The unfortunate (or fortunate?) bird was cleaned up by hospital staff, but it looks like the wonderful curry smell will stay on.
A surprising Monday morning scene involved an alligator crossing a road using a crosswalk in Palm Coast, Florida.
Yellowstone park officials recorded another grisly accident at the national park after a 23-year-old man walked off the boardwalk and slipped in a highly acidic hot spring. His remains cannot anymore be recovered.
Hawaii's Mount Kilauea is one of the most active volcanoes on the island and in the world. Its Puu Oo vent has one of most long-lived eruptions in the Earth--more than 30 years--and its lava continues to take over the island and create new coastlines.
Two hundred seventy-six dogs were recently rescued from a New Jersey home by county officials. Animal hoarding is considered cruelty to animals and the owners may face charges for animal neglect.
American alligators can be found almost everywhere in southeastern United States and just recently, even strolling across a Florida golf course. Here are some six interesting facts about this gator.
A video showing a rat chasing a cat goes viral on the Internet, but social media users are not impressed.
Within four days, four hikers have died on Mount Everest, two reportedly of altitude sickness. Also called acute mountain sickness, this is common among hikers trying to scale the world's highest peak.
Photographs taken by camera traps in a national park in Russia revealed that the Amur leopards are growing in number.
A Florida brewery made a significant innovation that could save, protect and even feed marine life: edible six-pack rings for beer made out of by-products of beer production.
The number of the world's smallest and most endangered marine mammal, the vaquita, has plummeted to less than 100, despite efforts of the Mexican government to save its species.
A house trained bison named Bullet being sold on Craigslist was finally bought last weekend, with the 1,100-pound bison gaining a new home and new friends.