A study published June 11 in the journal Nature Plants revealed most of Africa’s oldest and biggest baobab trees recently died or are currently dying.
A green turtle, found on the eastern province of Chanthaburi in Thailand June 4, has died because of plastic waste.
The College of Environmental Science and Forestry’s International Institute for Species Exploration recently released its annual Top Ten New Species list for 2018.
A study published May 24 in the journal PeerJ documents the presence of hammerhead flatworms — native to tropical Asia — in Metropolitan France.
A river that stretches across parts of Kenya and Tanzania is being polluted and robbed of oxygen by huge amounts of hippo feces, according to a study published May 16 in Nature Communications.
Too much sex can be lethal… at least for a couple of tiny Australian marsupials.
The U.S. Geological Survey confirmed an 18th fissure opened Monday morning, May 14 near Leilani Estates on Hawaii’s Big Island.
A study published May 7 in Current Biology suggests technology used to study earthquakes could help monitor wild elephants and protect them against poaching.
A tide of molten rock issuing from cracks in Kilauea Volcano’s east rift zone has destroyed at least 26 homes as of May 7.
A crack some 500 feet long opened in the Big Island’s eastern community of Leilani Estates and started gushing lava late Thursday afternoon, May 3.