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The state is the first in the nation to ban circuses, festivals and fairs that use exotic animals.
The Trump administration has proposed changing how the government defines water, and it could have significant effects on wildlife and water safety.
White holes that spew matter out rather than suck it in might explain the biggest mysteries of the cosmos.
Australian shark populations along the Queensland coast have dropped by significant percentages due to overfishing.
The sky's color is based on the scattering of light particles. A number of factors influence this scattering and that means the sky can sometimes be purple.
A new study reveals female frogs that live in the country are more attracted to chatty city slickers.
Judie Johnson gets the experience of a lifetime as she's joined by three killer whales during her swim off the coast of New Zealand.
From when it happens to why - and everything in between - here's your crash course on the shortest day of the year.
We label a lot of species with the shiver-inducing denizen of the night, even if they don't suck blood.
In a rare moment, a young humpback whale plays with a log like a dog with a stick.
December is a chilly time for stargazing, but catching a glimpse of the Geminids makes it all worthwhile.
In "Ay, Mariposa," conservation filmmakers highlight the people, animals, and fragile habitats impacted by the barrier at the border.
After a 40-year journey, Voyager 2 has passed out of our heliosphere and entered interstellar space, joining Voyager 1 in exploring the cosmos.
WildArk wants to inspire action that encourages conservation action and community engagement.
Plastic keeps escaping from the Ocean Cleanup booms deployed in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
A team of veterinarians use tilapia skin as a healing bandage on their paws.
Geckos look a little chaotic while they sprint across water, but it's an amazing feat. It's something they shouldn't be able to do, say researchers.
Wildlife underpasses and overpasses have reduced animal-related car crashes in Colorado.
Beyond their charming, quirky good looks, alpacas are responsible for bearing some of the silkiest, most versatile fiber found in nature. Alpaca fiber has been
Developed at the University of Helsinki, PrimeBEE allows immunological signals to be passed from a queen bee to her offspring.