There are sparkling glacial lakes, breathtaking sunsets, and mountains disappearing into clouds in this high-def tribute to Grand Teton National Park.
Before 2003's 'Finding Nemo,' 'Dory fish' were best known by another name. Actually, several other names.
Thanks in part to a snail, California bees are fish. No, this isn’t a Mad Lib.
Thanks to Leonardo DiCaprio’s environmental activism, there’s now a critically endangered species named in his honor.
Seeing a rhino hanging upside-down from a helicopter might make you uncomfortable, but it's indisputably a good thing for the rhino.
Conscious Step is a sock and apparel company that wants you to wear what you believe in, whether you support LGBTQ+ rights or want to protect the rainforest.
From reusable produce bags to shark-shaped tea infusers, here are the best zero-waste products to give this holiday season.
Certain lands can store large quantities of carbon (though we also need to cut carbon emissions in the first place).
The state has expanded its trash pick-up services to accommodate the new policy, but many residents are already composting pros.
Good news: chubby little brown bats might be genetically resistant to white-nose syndrome, a fungal disease that’s killed more than 5.5 million bats since it was first documented in 2006.
Coyote Peterson gives Mental Floss the scoop on his new Animal Planet series, 'Brave the Wild'—and reveals how snapping turtles figure into the story.
Steppe eagles have 7-foot wingspans, mainly eat carrion, and never read the fine print on their cell phone plans.
The Venus flytrap is a favorite houseplant, but its ubiquity hides a world of threats. Now, some scientists think they have a solution for saving it.
Eight buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, including Fallingwater and Taliesin West, have been officially recognized by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee.
Its been just over 60 years since we discovered the species—and now there may be less than 20 of them left in the world.