Lawmakers in Hawaii passed a bill May 1 prohibiting the sale of over-the-counter sunscreens made with chemicals known to harm coral reefs.
Chad is once again home to black rhinos after six rhinos made the journey May 3 from Addo Elephant National Park in South Africa to Chad’s Zakouma National Park.
Some 250 low-magnitude earthquakes have hit Hawaii’s Big Island since April 30, prompting officials to advise residents on the eastern side of the island to prepare for a possible evacuation should the Kilauea rift zone erupt.
A winning picture in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest has been stripped of its title.
Yellowstone National Park’s Steamboat Geyser — the tallest active geyser in the world — has erupted three times since March.
Australian researchers say the world’s oldest known spider, a 43-year-old Gaius villosus trapdoor spider, recently died from a wasp attack in the outback.
South Korea recently announced it will open a so-called tiger forest May 3, which will be specifically designed to house Siberian tigers.
The world’s only tropical polar bear has died of age-related health issues.
Authorities in the Southern Indian State of Telangana have hooked up a 700-year-old tree to a saline drip to save it from a termite infection.
Icelandic company Hvalur announced April 17 it aims to kill 191 whales this season.