The Elephant Shrew had been rediscovered in Africa after not having been seen in over 50 years.
A family of wolverines has made its home at Mount Rainier National Park for the first time in over a century, park officials announced last Thursday.
Using a non-invasive tracking device attached to the seals back, scientists were able to collect data from parts of the ocean we have never observed.
A sea sponge found growing on coral reefs in Indonesia contains an organic compound that can stop cellular duplication of cancerous tumors.
Last month, 20 Mexican Wolf pups born in captivity were reintroduced to the wild across the Southwest US.
Aside from the obvious benefits of having more cute and cuddly marine mammals in our lives, a new study shows that rising sea otter populations are beneficial for humans in a variety of ways.
In a breakthrough discovery, scientists have discovered that dolphins off the coast of Australia are learning a new hunting technique by observing their peers.
Amateur bird watcher Joshua Maloney has discovered the first Bald Eagle chick to hatch on Cape Cod in 115 years.
Commonly known as the Mindo harlequin toad, the species hadn’t been seen alive in 30 years. The toad was believed to be extinct, fallen victim to the fungal disease known as chytrid.
The ICARUS project will let scientists monitor the movements and migrations of hundreds of thousands of animals in real-time.