A nightly penguin parade takes place on Phillip Island.
Paleontologists recently excavated a marine reptile known as an ichthyosaur that died while pregnant. The fossil provides a rare glimpse of the life cycle for this extinct ocean species.
"Prehistoric Planet" on Apple TV+ presents dinosaurs as we've never seen them before by pairing wildlife filmmakers and David Attenborough narration with Hollywood visual effects.
Here's the science behind the so-called "cat gap," a roughly 7 million-long period in North America in which there aren't any known cat fossils.
Tick-borne illnesses are an unfortunate side effect of summer fun. Here's why (and how) to avoid ticks when recreating outdoors.
A 400-pound stingray was accidentally caught by fishers in the Mekong River in Cambodia. However, experts say that these monstrous rays can grow even bigger.
Researchers have carried out the most comprehensive study of reptile species to identify extinction risks.
Octopuses are one of the most successful camouflaging animals in the world. But exactly how they pull off their rapid, high-resolution color changes is still a mystery.
Squid, octopus, and other cephalopods are genetic rulebreakers who have scrambled their genomes, perhaps allowing them to evolve their impressive smarts.
A 6-year-old boy found a rare megalodon tooth on a beach in England, where such teeth are seldom found.
Dinosaur Apocalypse," a PBS NOVA special narrated by Sir David Attenborough, attempts to reconstruct the day Earth was hit by an asteroid 66 million years ago.
Here's the science behind why some deep sea creatures — such as squids, sharks, sea spiders and worms — get so giant.
An ancient trilobite fossil revealed that it had teensy claspers, which males likely used to "hug" females while mating.
Scientists exploring the depths of Monterey Bay unexpectedly encountered a rare and unique species of dragonfish.
Florida is sometimes referred to as the "shark tooth capital of the world," and new research documents the now-extinct species that have been discovered there.
Large torsos helped streamline swimming in giant long-necked extinct marine reptiles that swam Earth's oceans during the Mesozoic.