Catch a glimpse of one of the most rare lobsters in the world, the blue lobster, which is estimated to occur just one in two million.
Rare fossils recently found in Idaho represent at least three new small to mid-sized species of theropod, which is the group of carnivorous dinosaurs that includes the Tyrannosaurus rex.
Extremely rare tortoise twins born at the Garden State Tortoise organization in New Jersey beat incredible odds to make it into the world but not without some help from the organization's founder.
Allonautilus scrobiculatus, a nautilus found the waters of the South Pacific, is so rare that researchers only know of three people in history that have ever seen it in person. Now, three decades after the last encounter, this incredible living fossil has decided to pay one lucky researcher a second visit.
Rare footage in northeastern China suggests that Siberian tigers, an endangered species, are making a comeback after being absent in the region for more than 65 years.
A team of astronomers has discovered a rare planet called Kepler-432b that boasts some extreme seasons unlike Earth's own spring, summer, fall and winter, new research finds.
What would you risk your life for? Wealth, knowledge, power, love - all these things are common answers. But how about a single rare flower - one surrounded by hidden landmines in a secluded part of the world?
In a stroke of good luck, a group of Canadian beachgoers has caught on camera orcas exhibiting rare beach-rubbing behavior, which still eludes scientists.
We may hear a lot about lions and tigers and bears (oh my!), but the African golden cat is one big predator that a lot of people don't even know exists. That may be because it's a pretty camera-shy cat, only rarely ever photographed. However, now that has all changed, after scientists recently captured footage of this sleek hunter in action, trying to take down a monkey nearly its own size, no less!
The NOAA's Southwest Fisheries Science Center has just confirmed that footage taken by members of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society does indeed feature a pod of rare, "Ecotype D" orcas - a type of killer whale never before captured live on film.
A young boy from Japan's Gunma Prefecture recently stumbled upon something extremely rare - a vibrantly pink adult grasshopper.