Modern-day hunting practices are affecting the behavior and evolution of various wildlife species.
Endangered Species Fertility: Researchers are now using fertility techniques developed for people — like In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) — to try to bring back endangered species like Africa’s Northern White Rhino.
Algae blooms and the poisoning of aquatic life are just a few of the problems associated with our overuse of herbicides, pesticides and fertilizer on our farms and in our backyards.
The average American uses more than 38,000 straws over a lifetime without thinking about the implications of all this plastic going to waste and polluting our oceans.
Wildlife rescuers found a six foot long iguana with arrow wounds wandering around the wilds of South Florida and are now hoping to get “Godzilla” back to health…
Birders are keeping hope alive that the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker will re-appear “on the wing” somewhere in the swamps of the Southeastern U.S…
A new study shows that the 29 coral reefs designated as World Heritage Sites will cease to exist by 2100 unless something is done about climate change.