A Smithsonian scientist dives deep to a coral reef and finds much to discover
Under mounting public pressure, the aquarium's eight bottle-nosed dolphins will soon move to a seaside retreat in the tropics
Will Rama the tiger’s demise prompt action at a zoo known for its filthy, overcrowded conditions?
New study reveals white-tailed prairie dogs attack and kill ground squirrels with no provocation
Ensuring every animal is present and accounted for
This program turns what phobics perceive as terrifying threats into fuzzy friends
The Austrian destination has a lot more to offer than exotic animals
The famed Berlin Zoo bear suffered from an autoimmune disease that until now has only been known to occur in humans
Shabani’s sexy looks are responsible for a spike in zoo attendance
Steve Irwin's wife and kids are feeding the debate over keeping animals in captivity
The unique and secretive species has been living among us unrecognized for a century
The death of a captive rhino at the San Diego Zoo brings the species closer to imminent extinction
Who needs film noir when you’ve got these insects in the City of Angels?
Shama, a red panda at the National Zoo, died on Saturday
These roly-poly herbivores just may be the teddy bears of the sea. But keep an eye out when boating; they don’t move so fast.
Rare photos of a golden eagle attack illustrate the predator’s legendary hunting techniques
Now, they are creating beautiful works from the trash they gathered on the 450-nautical-mile journey in the Gulf of Alaska
Jodi Lomask, director of the dance company Capacitor, has choreographed an ocean-inspired show, now at San Francisco's Aquarium of the Bay
Inspired by Japanese fish rubbings, two University of Texas biologists make spectacular prints of a variety of species at different stages of decay
Photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher uses a powerful microscope to capture all of a bee's microscopic structures and textures in stunning detail
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