A rare nautilus may not be extinct after all. Scientists have spotted one of the world's rarest animals, a nautilus, in Papua New Guinea.
The Flying Spaghetti Monster may actually exist. Petroleum workers have found a creature living deep beneath the waves of the ocean, with a myriad of thin appendages that look like cooked pasta.
Scientists have resurrected a black-footed ferret, a critically endangered species, using frozen semen from a ferret that had been dead for about 20 years.
Researchers at the University of New South Wales, Australia believe that they could potentially improve biodiversity by limiting the spread of red foxes and feral cats in habitats where dingoes have been culled.
A certain octopus may have a bit of a strange romantic life. Not only is the creature gregarious, but it seems almost polite with its prey.
New findings published in the open-access journal PLOS ONE supports previous research that the Cape Parrot should be elevated to the species level, according to a new genetic analysis.
Lionfish are a major issue for Caribbean reefs. Now, a new study reveals that culling strategies are too small and that more efforts need to be made in order to eradicate this species from the area.
Scientists have uncovered the world's first venomous frogs. They've found two species of frog, both living in Brazil, that deliver their harmful toxins by headbutting other animals.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is partnering with a company called FishBrain to back an app that may just help save endangered species of fish.
New findings published in the journal Current Biology show that East Africa's "golden jackal's" are actually "golden wolves." This doglike species that was thought to populate parts of East Africa and Eurasia is not just one but two species, according to researchers.
Colorado's bighorn sheep population is declining and now, scientists have found out that it's not due to inbreeding.
Researchers at the University of Southampton in England are working on the development of a vaccine to save the Tasmanian devil from a rare infectious cancer that is threatening to wipe out remaining populations, known as Devil Facial Tumor Disease.