Nature is fascinating. It can be the source of amazing beauty, but it can also be incredibly terrifying.
For millions of people St. Patrick’s Day is cause for celebration, but where did the whole ridding Ireland of snakes story come from?
Canadian beavers are chewing their way through the forests of South America and leaving an irreparable swath of destruction in their wake.
Not all pets are created equal. Some animals are just plain illegal to keep in your home in the U.S., no matter how cool they may look.
Yes, there are beauty pageants for camels. And yes, some animals are being surgically enhanced to give them a leg up on their competitors.
When it comes to the more bizarre oddities in life it’s hard to top these weirdly wonderful creature creations found in nature right now.
One man and his ultralight plane are helping to show orphaned birds how to migrate while giving people a front row seat of nature in action.
Would some good news perk you up right about now? We’ve got 20 positive stories you may have missed that might be just what you need.
Sometimes nature likes to mix things up a bit. Could you see a human male being pregnant? In the seahorse world, that’s how life works.
Being an astronaut sounds kind of exciting, doesn't it? It might be now, but not if you were the first, doomed to never return home.
How far would you go to show your gratitude to a friend for saving your life? Meet a penguin who keeps returning to the man who saved his.
Thanks to some scraps of DNA and a lot of scientific ingenuity there's hope that some long-extinct creatures may walk the Earth again.
An American company has invented an industry-changing, fashion-friendly leather product that will definitely have cows breathing easier.
Scientists have discovered a way to make the piggies that go to market skinnier but will this new, CRISPR'd bacon ever reach your table?
Pilots N Paws is doing whatever it can to help out stray dogs in shelters across America with a lot of help from a team of 17,000...
Animal cruelty had a different definition 100 years ago, as the immensely popular horse diving act of the day definitely proves.