Climate Change is Driving One in Six Australian Birds to Imminent Extinction
According to a once-in-a-decade research, one in every six Australian birds is now vulnerable, indicating that the climate emergency is driving species closer to extinction.
Elusive White Sperm Whale Spotted in the Waters Near Jamaica
A white sperm whale, recorded on Monday by Leo van Toly from a Dutch merchant ship off the coast of Jamaica, is the most mythological animal in the ocean.
Hundreds of Starfish, Other Marine Animals Stranded on the Beach After Storm Arwen
Following Storm Arwen, hundreds of starfish and other marine animals washed ashore on a beach.
Meteorologists Warn Another Huge Storm May Bring Snow in the East Coast
Meteorologists predict that there may be another chance for snowfall in several of the coastal Northeast's main cities by early next week, depending on how certain variables come together.
World's Strongest Ocean Current in Antarctic Speeds Up Due to Climate Change
The Antarctic Circumpolar Circulation (ACC), maybe more than any other ocean current, has a significant impact on the Earth's climate.
Is the Population of Endangered Fin Whales Finally Recovering?
Fin whales, distinguished by a ridge along their backs and two-toned lower jaws, were relentlessly hunted by commercial whalers throughout the mid-nineteenth century, contributing to nearly 725,000 deaths in the Southern Hemisphere alone before the industry was primarily eradicated in the 1970s and 1980s.
Experts Proposes a New Heat Ranking System in California
The proposed heatwave rating system, which would contain three categories ranging from least to most harmful, would be the first type in the United States and comparable to the hurricane ranking system. In January 2022, it will be formally introduced to the legislature.
Remains of a Prehistoric Reptile that Resembles Modern Swordfish Discovered
One of the few remaining ichthyosaurs-ancient animals that appear remarkably like live swordfish-the specimen is a superbly preserved meter-long skull.
Recently Discovered 4-Legged Snake Fossil May Actually be a New Prehistoric Animal Species
According to recent research, a dinosaur-era fossil hailed as the first four-legged snake known to science may be a completely different species.
Vegan Who Refused Vaccine Due to Animal Testing Dies of Covid Complications
The virus killed a vegan who refused the Covid immunization since scientists tested it on animals.
Mysterious Fossil Found in Siberian Cave May be Oldest-Known Sample of Rare Human Lineage
Scientists have discovered the earliest remains of the enigmatic Denisovan human ancestry to date. According to a new study, researchers have unearthed stone artifacts related to these extinct ancestors of contemporary humans for the first time with these 200,000-year-old bones.
Some States Will Experience Non-Winterlike Conditions as Temperature Rises During Winter Season
An intense warmth will grab the nation's middle just in time for meteorological winter to begin on December 1, resulting in a weather pattern that will be far from winterlike.
Antarctic Fishes' Change Their Behavior to Adapt to Changes in Water Temperature
Southern Ocean fish species have evolved well adapted to their icy ecology after millions of years of seclusion from the rest of the globe, thanks to the Antarctic Circumpolar Current.
430-Foot Asteroid to Pass by Earth Next Week, But Experts Claim There's No Need to Worry
A 430-foot asteroid called 1994 WR12 is scheduled to slam into Earth's orbital path early next week, according to NASA.