I’ll never forget the first time I went up in a small plane. Technical considerations aside, I had a million thoughts going through my mind.
Over 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle, paleontologists found baby velociraptor fossils with big implications.
SHARK WEEK starts August 9th, only on Discovery. But in the meantime, here are some fin-tastic facts you probably didn’t know about sharks.
Fishermen are testing alternative rope-less gear in order to help an effort to save the critically endangered whale species.
With New Delhi, India on high alert after a nearby swarm of locusts, this terrifying natural phenomenon is enabled by ever-changing climate conditions and unique species behaviors.
Nations are coming together to negotiate the world’s first ever high seas conservation treaty, which is expected to be signed later this year.
This week is Canine Enrichment Week on DogTV. Here are 6 quick tips on how to give your pup a full life.
World Rainforest Day is June 22, bringing awareness and action to save these precious ecosystems. But if the current rate of deforestation continues, will there be any rainforests in 100 years?
Canada has become the first North Atlantic country to put a longstanding recommendation from conservation scientists to protect Mako sharks into law.
Meet Morgan J. Martin, PhD, a marine scientist who studies underwater sounds with whales, dolphins, and porpoises. Morgan observes how these marine creatures – also known as cetaceans – many of which navigate their underwater habitats through echolocation.
Match point, 2020. Early cicadas are here to ruin your quiet outdoor moments.
A woman has become the first marine biologist to win a $250,000 environmental prize for her work on preserving seahorses.
The best stories are those that exist around authentic moments. In this case, showing the earliest signs of spring as cracks and textures emerge on a lake in Alaska.
During the pandemic, these primates in India have taken “Monkey Business” to a whole new level.
Places like New Zealand, Austrailia, Hawaii, and the Galapagos give us major wanderlust. But what is it about islands that make scientists weak in the knees?