The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service made an announcement on Friday, stating that the tiny island night lizard that was listed under the Endangered Species Act in 1977 is no longer a threatened species.
A new study by Australian and European researchers highlights the growing salt levels in the world's rivers.
A new study finds that the creation of palm oil plantations is releasing ancient sources of carbon dioxide back into the atmosphere.
A British man has been offered more than $50,000 for a rare piece of whale vomit that his dog found on Morecambe beach in northwest England.
The Republic of Congo has created a new national park to protect the critically endangered western lowland gorillas.
A new study finds that many Caribbean coral reefs have either stopped growing or are on the threshold of starting to erode.
The sale of five invasive aquatic plant species in the U.K. will be banned from sale, in order to protect wildlife.
Trying to find just the right balance of time spent in meetings and time performing tasks is a tough problem for managers, but a Wayne State University researcher believes the behavior of ants may provide a useful lesson on how to do it.
Australia's world-famous Horizontal Falls will be protected through a national and a marine park.
A U.S. team has successfully retrieved the first clean samples from subglacial Lake Whillans.
Large cities can affect the weather of local regions located thousands of miles away, according to a new study.
Endangered water voles are likely to be reintroduced to a Northumberland forest.
A team of British scientists has discovered that the insect-eating bats have a "flexible social system."
Brazil's forest ministry has announced plans to carry out a survey of the Amazon rainforest.