A conservation success story in California has taken a turn for the worst following the catastrophic blazes that have swept the state over the past month.
Congress just passed a once in a lifetime 'Great America Outdoors Act' and here's what that means for the environment.
If you find yourself in a place with clean air and an unobstructed view of the night sky, you will undoubtedly be mesmerized by its starry-depth and beauty.
Scientists know great white sharks are living descendants of megalodon sharks, but what we didn’t know was the true scale of the prehistoric animal. That is, until now.
Sharks are “too rare to fulfill their normal role in the ecosystem” according to a new study, and have become “functionally extinct” in one of five of the world’s coral reefs.
Russian Scientists are hypothesizing that the last living Woolly Rhino was eaten as the last meal of a puppy!
Escalating temperatures and high winds come together in late summer to create the perfect firestorm. For the past several weeks, wildfires have been plaguing the western United States and there is one additional red flag - tornadoes.
Cutting-edge technology takes a team of scientists at Beneath the Waves (BTW) deeper than they’ve ever gone before by shedding new light on how tiger sharks use our deep seas. Don't miss TIGER SHARK KING, Friday, August 14 at 10P ET on Discovery.
The deep-sea is largely a mystery and we’re finding that it’s a much more biodiverse place than previously thought. There are hundreds of species of sharks that live in cold, dark depths of the deep sea and have adapted to this foreign world. And Beneath the Waves (BTW) is on a mission to learn more!
Dr. Dave Ebert joined Animal Planet’s Forrest Galante in some of the most shark infested waters in the Southern Hemisphere to track down lost species on EXTINCT OR ALIVE: LAND OF THE LOST SHARKS. He let's us in on his experience.
Palmyra Atoll is an uninhabited coral atoll in the Pacific Ocean that is part of a massive oceanic conservation area known as Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument. It's vital to the health of our world's oceans and it's filled with sharks.
A wrecked ship southeast of nearby island Mauritius is spilling oil into the Indian Ocean. Known for its pristine beaches and coral reefs, Mauritius has declared a “state of environmental emergency.”
Despite sharks sitting at the top of their food chain as an apex predator, they are an endangered species as a result of human activities.
‘The ORCA’ may just be the most famous boat in the film industry. Immortalized by the thriller Jaws in 1975, the vessel relentlessly pursued the 25-foot, three ton-big shark. However a new reincarnation of the old classic boat will take on a new goal: to save sharks, not hunt them.
Just because the ocean is massive, doesn’t mean that the sea life that call it home are immune to the day-to-day actions of humanity. Oceana’s mission is to protect the oceans through action and education.