Leatherback sea turtles, the largest reptiles in the world, are famous for their nomadic ways and open-ocean migratory nature. But researchers from Cornell have discovered a location along the Mozambique coast that houses what appears to be a permanent home for the leatherbacks.
A bighead carp weighing about 25 pounds was recently captured in the Minnesota River. This raises concern about potential effects invasive fish can have on the state's waterways.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources estimates that the state's elk population has doubled within the last two years, totaling some 1,371 animals today.