New Poisonous Frog Species Discovered in Peru loading...
New Poisonous Frog Species Discovered in Peru
A peculiar croak heard within the Amazon rain forest leads to the naming of a new species of frog.
Why the World's Biggest Sharks Love Mafia Island loading...
Why the World's Biggest Sharks Love Mafia Island
Scientists hope the whale sharks that live around the East African island will help them better understand how to preserve the species.
Has The ‘Fairy Circles’ Mystery Been Solved? loading...
Has The ‘Fairy Circles’ Mystery Been Solved?
A new study on the strange desert circles puts forward a theory on what’s really been going on in the Namib desert.
Pictures Reveal One of the Last Unexplored Places on Earth loading...
Pictures Reveal One of the Last Unexplored Places on Earth
Diving miles beneath the sea, an ROV finds a new type of volcanic vent teeming with life near the Mariana Trench.
Turns Out Australian Feral Cats Are Lured By KFC loading...
Turns Out Australian Feral Cats Are Lured By KFC
An audit of Parks Victoria expenses has drawn attention to a little-known baiting technique.
Why California’s Ancient Sequoia ‘Tunnel Tree’ Toppled loading...
Why California’s Ancient Sequoia ‘Tunnel Tree’ Toppled
The drive-through giant was part of a group of trees estimated to be over 1,000 years old.
Rhinos Use Poop Piles Like a Social Network loading...
Rhinos Use Poop Piles Like a Social Network
Forget Facebook: Rhinos get their gossip by sniffing faeces at a communal latrine, a new study says.
Take a Rare Look Inside Russia's Wildest Nature Reserves loading...
Take a Rare Look Inside Russia's Wildest Nature Reserves
Russia is celebrating the centennial of its system of nature protection—including reserves so strict that few people have ever visited them.
What You Really Need To Know About The Huge Iceberg Breaking Off Antarctica loading...
What You Really Need To Know About The Huge Iceberg Breaking Off Antarctica
Larsen C ice shelf has been in the news as it’s about to break off, but don’t panic and run for the hills just yet.
11 Ways to See How Climate Change Is Imperiling the Arctic loading...
11 Ways to See How Climate Change Is Imperiling the Arctic
The latest data is sobering. These visualisations show just how perilous the situation is.
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