Slime mold definitely had a moment—but it’s hard to beat two dead salamanders floating in a carnivorous plant.
Certain lands can store large quantities of carbon (though we also need to cut carbon emissions in the first place).
Georgia needs your help to prevent the Argentine black and white tegu from becoming a devastating invasive species.
The differences between forests, woods, and jungles aren't exactly an apple trees to orange trees kind of comparison.
The move will save more than 1300 tons of plastic every year.
The winged mammals play a vital—albeit little-appreciated—role in agave production.
Scientists just discovered 1.5 million penguins living on a chain of remote Antarctic islands, thanks to satellite images of their telltale poop.
The formations that give the park its name could vanish as soon as 13 years from now.
Between 1992 and 1996, artist Agnes Denes built a mountain.
You hear the term tossed about, but what does it really mean?
Our racket can disrupt animals’ life cycles, and it’s not great for us, either.
Calling Thunder juxtaposes the sounds of modern New York City with the sounds of the species that once roamed there.
If the holiday season has taught us anything, it’s that you can fit just about anything in a box—including the makings of a two-acre farm.
During the winter, they switch from a 24-hour day governed by sunlight to a 24.8-hour lunar day governed by the phases of the moon.
A genetic analysis of Australia’s feral cats suggest that cats probably made their way to the continent during the period of European exploration.