Scientists found cassowary eggshells in New Guinea showing the lethal bird was being domesticated 18,000 years ago.
Fish-eating jaguars prowl the wetlands of Brazil, Bolivia, and Paraguay exhibiting extremely unusual behavior to scientists.
New footage shows a sleeping octopus changing colors, indicating the creature may be dreaming.
My first expedition to Mojave National Preserve, California, was an epic adventure that felt ripped right off the pages of an Indiana Jones movie. An ancient cave in an unassuming desert landscape that at high noon, reveals shafts of light into a soft, sandy cave, like an underground sundial.
A four-time champion, 480 Otis proved that age is just a number and appetite is the real judge of awesomeness.
Preserved too late, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service declared almost two dozen previously endangered species as extinct, underscoring a larger problem of climate change and habitat loss in America.
All the bear booties of the world, unite for Fat Bear Week.
A handful of sightings of rare whales have been recorded off the coast of California in recent weeks, leading some to wonder what’s causing the magnificent beasts to swim up to the ocean surface.
Finally, a success story for the critically endangered animal.
A colony of penguins near Cape Town, South Africa, was found dead after being attacked by a swarm of bees.
Every September since 2009, Climate Week coincides with the UN General Assembly in New York City. Action is required to halt and attempt to reverse the rapid and catastrophic deterioration of the world's climate. The planet is in crisis and this year The Explorers Club is spotlighting experts in the field to bring awareness to how we can create the change we need to improve the future of the planet.
Two bluefin, a yellowfin, and an albacore tuna species are no longer critically endangered — surprising scientists.
These seven species of spotted skunks can do handstands, but that’s not the only secret they’re hiding.
After villagers found a tiny elephant wandering alone, scientists began the search for her mother using DNA matching technology.
Mangroves are threatened by sea level rise, lack of sediment, and human activity. So why should we care?