A new study, published Jan. 17 in the journal Science Advances, says unusually hot and humid weather may have triggered a bacterial disease that killed 200,000 saiga antelope in 2015.
A study published Jan. 11 in the journal ZooKeys describes 18 newfound species of “pelican spiders” in Madagascar.
Scientists classified a type of patas monkey in sub-Saharan Africa as a unique species, according to a report recently published in the Primate Conservation journal.
A group of golfers at the Golf Club at Fiddler’s Creek in Naples, Florida recently came across a Burmese python wrapped around an alligator on the 10th hole.
A woman in Texas gave a monarch butterfly a wing transplant earlier this month so that it could fly free.
Scottish lawmakers plan to pass legislation banning the sale and manufacture of cotton buds with plastic stems, making it the first country in the United Kingdom to do so.
Experts in New Zealand recently built a roadside gym for endemic endangered parrots in an effort to keep them off busy roadways.
A study, published Jan. 10 In the journal Plos One, reveals dolphins can recognize themselves in a mirror earlier than humans can.
According to a study published Jan. 8 in the journal Current Biology, warmer temperatures have led to a disproportionately high number of female green sea turtles in an area of the Great Barrier Reef.
Alligators in North Carolina are surviving the East Coast’s unusually cold weather by poking their noses through frozen water.