Photographer David Liittschwager spent 12 years photographing these underwater creatures at more than 28 locations around the globe with his 500-pound studio.
A new study from Australia shows that larvae of the darkling beetle can eat polystyrene — the material behind plastic foam.
Trumpet won out of six other pooches, including a French bulldog, a German shepherd, a Maltese, an English setter, a Samoyed and a Lakeland terrier.
In his new book, An Immense World, science writer Ed Yong explores the diversity of perception in the animal world — including echolocation, magnetic fields and ultraviolet vision.
Registration has opened for Florida's annual python hunting challenge. The competition is not for the faint of heart.
Pulitzer prize-winning science journalist Ed Yong writes in a perfect balance of scientific rigor and personal awe as he invites readers to grasp something of how other animals experience the world.
A school in southeastern Massachusetts latches onto a novel program that uses canines to sniff out COVID on surfaces. The idea is to help protect kids from the virus and keep the school open.
A group of researchers photograph a woolly mammoth tusk on the banks of the Koyukuk River in Alaska.
A kindergarten class in Stone Harbor, N.J., recently said bon voyage to a group of 18 orphaned turtles as part of a program to save thousands of the reptiles.
The Recovering America's Wildlife Act would create a permanent fund of more than $1.3 billion, given to states, territories, and tribal nations for wildlife conservation on the ground.
The 5-2 decision by the court comes in a closely watched case that tested the boundaries of applying human rights to animals.
New Zealand has announced a plan to tax livestock burps in an effort to curb the country's greenhouse gas emissions. It would be the first time a country has done this.