Why Great White Sharks Hang Out in Warm Whirlpools loading...
Why Great White Sharks Hang Out in Warm Whirlpools
New research on famous white sharks Mary Lee and Lydia shows the giant fish spend a surprising amount of time in warm oceanic eddies.
Nuns Resurrect Endangered Salamanders in First-of-its-Kind Conservation Effort loading...
Nuns Resurrect Endangered Salamanders in First-of-its-Kind Conservation Effort
This may be the first time a religious group has been involved in amphibian breeding program, an expert says.
Rare Manta Ray Nursery Discovered loading...
Rare Manta Ray Nursery Discovered
Off the coast of Texas, a coral reef houses a vibrant nursery ground where young manta rays grow up.
Python Swallows Woman Whole—What Experts Say About the Rare Attack loading...
Python Swallows Woman Whole—What Experts Say About the Rare Attack
Development in their native habitat might be influencing their behavior, but humans have a history of conflict with snakes.
Searching for Elusive Green Sea Turtles in the Persian Gulf loading...
Searching for Elusive Green Sea Turtles in the Persian Gulf
Scientists are trying to solve riddles about where and how green sea turtles live in the Middle East, one of the world's least-understood turtle populations.
These Are the First Jaguars Born in This Argentinian Wetland in Over a Century loading...
These Are the First Jaguars Born in This Argentinian Wetland in Over a Century
A pair of cubs was born in Iberá National Park, and scientists are aiming to be as minimally invasive in their lives as possible.
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