The maned wolf, a gorgeous canine from South America, is neither a wolf nor a fox, despite resembling both.
The "yeti" crab is white and hairy, as its nickname suggests, and it thrives in hydrothermal vents in Antarctica's frigid waters.
From blue-ringed octopuses to stonefish, here are some of the most venomous, deadly species in our planet's oceans.
The invasive yellow-legged hornet, which preys on honey bees, has been spotted in Georgia for the first time.
Believed to have gone extinct at the time of the dinosaurs, the coelacanth has one of the longest gestation periods on Earth — and it can hunt in a headstand.
Gibbaeum heathii is endemic to a valley in South Africa that is surrounded by mountains and receives very little rainfall, allowing a huge range of succulent species to thrive. This bababoutjies — or baby's bum — is one of them.
The Mexican salamander is only found in two lakes and is considered critically endangered, with pollution and invasive predators driving the species' decline.
A new census of the world’s largest invasive species reveals the population is roughly double the size scientists previously estimated.