It's up to the pet owners to help out a pet who may be overweight.
The cicadas are coming, and now you can get a better look at them on the Live Cicada Cam.
What was everybody doing during Hurricane Sandy? Well, turns out, they were doing 'it.'
The loss of biodiversity in the wild has been a problem for decades. Now, Zakri Abdul Hamid, the head of the United Nations' new Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) says that this loss of diversity is also occurring on farms.
The East Coast has been waiting for the massive 17-year cicada brood to pop out of the ground for weeks now. So where are all of the cicadas? That's a very good question, and there may be an answer.
The citizens of Boston had an unexpected visitor on Memorial Day. People spotted a juvenile and possibly injured humpback whale within Boston Harbor, exciting many who don't normally get a chance to view this rare and endangered species.
Rats may have more advanced vision than we once thought. Researchers have discovered that rats move their eyes in opposite directions in both the horizontal and vertical plane when running around. That's one way to keep an eye on predators.
Frozen plants that were buried under a glacier since the Little Ice Age about 400 years ago have been revived. The bryophytes beat the odds as they began to grow again after being collected in the field and taken to a lab.
Scientists have recently found evidence of leopards eating chimpanzees
An 80-year-old Japanese man has scaled Mount Everest, becoming the oldest person to ever climb the world's tallest peak.
Insects are the super food of the natural world. Now, a South African "fly factory" that uses larvae to convert tons of blood, guts and other farm waste into a protein-packed animal feed recently won a United Nations innovation award.