Federal prosecutors charged a man with illegally harvesting wild turtles to sell commercially, which is illegal in Florida.
It's often assumed that birds are the only animals that sing. But these other divas of the animal kingdom prove otherwise.
Murder hornets, or Asian giant hornets, are the world's largest wasps and are invading North America.
A newly described dinosaur species hailed as "chief dragon" was actually the size of a chicken, and may have been a dwarf.
This rare species of isopod may have adopted a salmon-like color from the fish it was parasitizing, aquarium officials say.
An oil spill off the California coast has released around 126,000 gallons of oil that is washing up on beaches and protected wetlands.
While authorities don’t know the cause of the otters’ aggressive behavior, they believe it could be a defensive reaction to dogs.
In the Umm Jirsan lava tube, the longest such structure in Saudi Arabia, scientists discovered piles bones belonging to animals that hyenas devoured there for thousands of years.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has removed 23 species from the endangered species list because they have most likely gone extinct.
Ancient cut marks on mammoth bones unearthed on a remote island in the frozen extremes of Siberia are the northernmost evidence of Paleolithic humans ever found, according to archaeologists.
If the species is placed on the endangered species list, developers and farmers could incur legal liability for killing them.