First U.S. Bumblebee Officially Listed as Endangered loading...
First U.S. Bumblebee Officially Listed as Endangered
The bee’s population has plummeted nearly 90 percent since the 1990s.
How Mid-Century Doomsday Tests May Help Save Elephants loading...
How Mid-Century Doomsday Tests May Help Save Elephants
Radiocarbon dating, made possible by open-air nuclear tests shown in newly declassified videos, is helping scientists pinpoint when elephants were slaughtered.
Watch Divers Get Swarmed by 2,000-Pound Sea Lions loading...
Watch Divers Get Swarmed by 2,000-Pound Sea Lions
In a mesmerising up-close encounter, dozens of sea lions circle a diver.
These Parrots Can Make Other Parrots 'Laugh'—a First loading...
These Parrots Can Make Other Parrots 'Laugh'—a First
The kea of New Zealand is the first non-mammal species to demonstrate infectious laughter, a new study says.
This Is Why We Find 'Ugly' Animals Cute loading...
This Is Why We Find 'Ugly' Animals Cute
Blobfish, aye-ayes and jumping spiders all have a little something that makes us go "aww."
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