Houston, welcome the Rasberry crazy ant, due to arrive in the great state of Texas within just a few weeks.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will review today whether or not Southeast Alaskan wolves should be listed for protection under the Endangered Species Act.
The Alexander Archipelago wolf located in southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest may soon receive protection from the U.S. Endangered Species Act. Populations of this wolf subspecies are in a serious decline in recent years.
Denver Zoo welcomes the arrival its twin clouded leopard cubs. The twin cubs are the first birth of their species at the zoo.
Owls are known to swallow anything they manage to catch. However a new study states that these birds do not have sufficient food during the breading season and this is one of the major threats for their population.
It is known that bats' echolocation calls keep them from hitting objects in the night. Now a new study says that they also emit a warning call cautioning other foraging bats to keep off their prey.
NASA recently released an image of a comet that will traverse within 84,000 miles of Mars later this year, less than half the distance between Earth and the moon.
The European Space Agency's comet-chasing Rosetta spacecraft caught the first glimpse of its destination comet after waking up from years of hibernation, announced NASA.
The ripple effect of global warming has not only affected humans but also the wild salamanders in the Appalachian Mountains, a latest research claims.
A latest finding represents the newest member of the solar system that is the farthest known dwarf planet orbiting beyond the edge of the system.
Peeing in the swimming pool is not only gross but is also harmful. A new study has found that it has a drastic impact on health.
Researchers have unearthed the fossil of an ancient giant marine animal in Greenland that was known to have appendages, which it used for the purpose of filtering, a new study reveals.