It might be cold outside, but that doesn’t stop some of nature’s most beautiful wildlife from venturing out. In fact, there are a number of animals who are far more active during the winter months. Here's your guide on how and where to spot them. And don’t forget your binoculars.
World Pangolin Day is a yearly global celebration of pangolins and the people working to save them from extinction. This shy curious creature is the most trafficked animal in the world.
Paleontologists have now found and identified the fossilized remains of around 150 individual sharks from between 15 and 20 different species buried in the limestone layers of the cave.
What is the Ice Memory Project and what will we learn about our past from this study of glaciers?
A Harlequin Toad that was lost to science for nearly three decades has emerged from the jungle.
Climate change has some complex effects that you may not even realize exist. Read on to learn more.
How a snake inspired Kobe Bryant’s beloved nickname.
Across the world, the bird population is thinning due to illegal poaching and habitat loss, especially in Europe and Africa during migratory seasons. Conservation groups globally are trying to protect our nearly extinct feathered creatures.
A shark that walks, evolutionary conundrums, temperature changes, and tectonic shifts lead scientists to discover four new species of sharks.Watch Island of the Walking Sharks on Wednesday, July 27 at 8:00pm ET/PT on Discovery and stream it on discovery+.
Help Discovery support victims and animals affected by devastating bushfires.
In Oklahoma, where some of the US’ last remaining tallgrass prairies grow, Native American communities, cowboys and conservations have been working hard to bring back - and maintain - the bison population in the Great Prairies.
With wildfires still blazing through NSW, Australia, celebrities have stepped in to donate what they can to help make a difference.
Last year, US beekeepers lost almost 40% of their bee colonies. Four women banded together to help the bee population flourish in Colorado.
Black bears are North America’s most familiar bears. One non-profit is working to reduce state-approved hunting programs in the American West to save the black bears.
The wildfires in Australia continue to spread across the country—destroying homes, forests, animals, and anything in its path.