Millions of prawns have now blanketed a beach in Coronel, which is about 330 miles or 530 kilometers to the south of the capital Santiago, Chile, according to media reports.
Great white sharks might be even more ravenous than previously thought. A new study shows that the world's largest predatory fish eat up to four times as much as scientists previously estimated.
Tucked away in a little-explored part of the Andes mountains, scientists have located two new species of woodlizards.
Researchers have learned the Dolly Varden, a kind of trout, can quadruple its stomach size to make room for eggs from spawning salmon each August.
The London Zoo's newest habitat is the first to make the animals' natural habitat the priority.
Engineers at the crippled Fukushima nuclear campus in Japan have indicated the two-day power outage at the beleaguered campus may have been caused by a rat.
With no humans allowed between the countries, wildlife has come to flourish in the DMZ.
New evidence that the world's giant squid all belong to one species also suggests that the mysterious creatures had a close call with extinction, a report from the journal Nature suggests.
A devilish looking new species of crocodile newt has been identified in northern Vietnam by an international team of researchers.
A new study from Australia has shown why some species of sea snakes have developed smaller heads than related species of sea snakes.
There is just one species of giant squid in the world, even though the creatures may look different, according to a new study.
A new study has found that climate change has forced polar bears to spend a lot of time on land. Since the polar bears require drifting sea ice to travel, hunt and mate, less ice means they have to survive on their fat reserves. Researchers add that the change in migration pattern has also affected reproduction of these polar bears.
Three rare maleo chicks hatched successfully after months of carefully controlled incubation at the Bronx Zoo in New York City.
When locals cracked the egg open they found a double yolk and, to the Guizhou villager's surprise, another egg, which they also cracked open and found another yolk.