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.
This Memorial Day weekend, a storm dropped a little over three feet of snow on a New York ski mountain near the Vermont boarder.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates that it could take as much as $4 million over the next 18 years to preserve a rare species of cave fish in Missouri.
An endangered loggerhead sea turtle is being released back into the wild in the Florida Keys after being treated at Marathon's Turtle Hospital for an impacted stomach.
A 62-year-old skydiver plummeted to his death Sunday in a Southern California backyard.
Cockroaches are harmless, but they are pests. They're almost impossible to kill with their hard exoskeleton and fast movements. Now, a strain of cockroaches in Europe has now evolved to outsmart the sugar traps that are used to eradicate them.
If you're in North America, you may be in luck to check out a lunar eclipse-if you're up late tonight, that is, and have your binoculars in check.
U.S. forecasters report that after Superstorm Sandy hit, residents along the Alantic and Gulf coasts should prepare themselves for an extremely active 2013 hurricane season, according to U.S. forecasters.
There are a lot of creatures on our planet--and scientists are discovering more every day. Now, they've announced the Top 10 New Species list, which includes a glowing cockroach and a monkey with a blue behind.