Mountain Pine Trees Almost Wiped Out, Environmentalists Call for Action
Whitebark mountain pine trees are facing severe threats to survival due to growing stressors in the environment.
Trail Camera Records Rare Glimpse of Elusive Mountain Lion in Kansas
A rare mountain lion was recently spotted in Kansas, where wild cats are not so common.
U.S.-European Satellite Lifts Off for a Mission to Monitor Oceans
The Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite sets off on a mission to monitor global sea levels, continuing the 30-year legacy of a U.S.-European collaboration.
Utah Bridge Provides Safe Wildlife Passage
Utah's new wildlife passage shows promising results two years after its completion as animals are spotted safely walking across the bridge.
2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Officially Ends After Setting Multiple Records
The Atlantic Hurricane Season that set several new records and left communities devastated officially comes to a close.
Farewell, Pakistan: ‘World’s Loneliest Elephant’ Flies to a New Home in Cambodia
After years of global outcry, Kaavan, dubbed as the "world's loneliest elephant," is finally rescued from a Pakistani zoo where the elephant allegedly suffered years of abuse.
Study Claims Odor Triggers Helpfulness Among Rats
A series of tests on rats revealed interesting findings of how a rat’s scent while making cooperative decisions affects other rats' helpfulness.
Beavers Engineered Special Exmoor Dam: A First in 400 Years
Beavers built simple yet special dams in Exmoor nine months after being introduced to the site.
Regulatory Failure Threatens Alabama’s Mobile River Basin
Alabama's rich biodiversity is at risk as the state gears for increased industrial development.
Rare Plant Rises from the Dead in Norfolk Pond
A rare plant believed to be extinct was rediscovered in a healthy condition in Norfolk's "ghost pond."
New Species of Comb Jelly Discovered Near Puerto Rico
NOAA scientists recorded high-definition footage of a new type of comb jelly during an underwater expedition off the shores of Puerto Rico.
Drastic Ice Melt Reveals Frozen Archive of Ancient Arrows in Norway
Researchers discovered a collection of ancient arrows and other artifacts in Norway ice melt.
Bushfire Restricts Movements in Fraser Island
Weeks after the Fraser Island bushfire started, firefighters still struggle to put out the fire that has damaged more than 70,000 hectares of land.