Sea cucumbers poop an incredible amount — and that's really important.
A 38-foot-long (11.5 meters) whale that washed ashore in the Florida Everglades in January 2019 turns out to be a completely new species. And it's already considered endangered, scientists say.
Ingenious web construction allows tangle web spiders to lift animals too heavy for the spiders' tiny muscles to support.
As legend goes, if Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow on Groundhog Day, you should expect six more weeks of winter; if he doesn't, plan for spring.
Extreme heat in Australia can send spiders scurrying for indoor shelter, and one family found themselves with a few hundred new roommates.
More northern white rhino embryos have been created in a lab in the race to save the subspecies from extinction. There are now five in total.
The Madagascar chameleon Brookesia nana measures half an inch long, and may be critically endangered. He also has huge genitals
A rockhopper penguin in the Falkland Islands needed a little guidance after getting separated from his penguin group.
A combination of satellite images and deep learning computer algorithms can spot elephants from space as well as the human eye.
Italian divers discovered the corpse of a large finback whale near Naples. Authorities say it could be one of the largest whales ever found in the Mediterranean.
Ancestors of giant Bobbit worms may have colonized the seafloor millions of years ago, building long, narrow burrows where they would wait for unsuspecting prey.
An ancient fossil has been identified as the ancestor of all starfish-like animals living on the planet today, according to a new study.
Paleontologists in Argentina have partially uncovered the remains of what is believed to be the largest animal to ever walk the Earth.