For years, the Florida panther has dangerously flirted with extinction. Fortunately, recent data shows they're crossing further north and increasing in number.
A secret mission ended recently to the sound of a sonic boom across Florida.
Three elderly women blinded by the promises of stem cell treatments are now, sadly, legally blind.
In an attempt to figure out the enigmatic appearance of the dead shark, they went to the surveillance tape and looked for some evidence. However, the security cameras did not cover the parking lot.
A weed commonly found in Florida could stop the deadly superbug on its track.
A seven foot albino alligator with bright white skin and pink eyes is currently stealing the hearts of the Internet.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission employed the help of two tribesmen from Southern India to track Burmese pythons lurking in Florida's Everglades.
Researchers and wildlife officials are now looking into what can possibly cause nearly 100 false killer whales to enter into the brown, turbid waters of a remote coast in Southwest Florida, where most of them died overnight.
A video of a massive alligator was caught on video casually waltzing at the Circle B Bar Reserve nature preserve near Lakeland in Florida.
The stunned reporter described the experience as something mesmerizing and beautiful, but at the same time terrifying.
The 15-foot alligator which has caught the social media's attention for its gargantuan size back in May has once again resurfaced at the Buffalo Creek Golf Course in Palmetto, Florida.
Rambo had become sort of a celebrity in the area. He would often be seen in charity events, taking photos with people and doing antics to entertain people such as riding in an ATV.
Scientists from the Florida campus of the Scripps Research Institute have discovered an efficient process to discover new "enediyne natural products" from soil microbes. This could further be developed into extremely potent anticancer drugs.
The large submarine landslide on the slopes of the Great Bahama Bank could potentially generate hazardous tsunami waves several meters high along the east coasts of Florida and northern Cuba.