Melting ice shelves are keeping warm water away from the ocean surface, giving ice a chance to build, a new study suggests.
When dinnertime involves a meal as big as you are, your venom game better be on point.
Russia may not be doing anything. Japan may be going backwards. But India, Morocco, and Mexico are making ambitious moves to tackle climate change.
Kakenya Ntaiya is challenging tradition in her country through her all-girls boarding school.
The latest buzz in reptiledom—a strikingly striped lizard—comes from a little-explored Pacific island.
A Greenland shark, one of the world's largest shark species, pops up on deep-sea video and shocks scientists.
A World Wildlife Fund report last week about increasing tiger numbers has been criticized as 'a disservice to conservation.'
In 2010 and 2012, plants in the eastern U.S. produced flowers earlier than at any point in recorded history, a new study says.
Rich Arabs flaunt their cheetahs on Instagram and Facebook, but Gulf states are being told to crack down on exotic pets.
Ancient tablets describe math that was thought to have been invented over 1,000 years later, rewriting the history books.