The present-day national park system includes 422 areas covering 85 million acres across the fifty states plus American territories.
Thinking about instinct.
Wildlife officials are afraid that the crabbers’ nets may ensnare migrating marine life.
These jumping worms are a species of earthworms that are voraciously devouring protective forest leaf litter and leaving behind bare, denuded soil.
Clean, safe, efficient, affordable power that scales.
A type of fungus is causing skin diseases in amphibians, which can lead to what are essentially heart attacks for these creatures.
Gliders are small marsupials that can jump incredibly far distances. Membranes in the creature’s limbs allow it to glide while in the air.
Pangolins, interestingly, are the only mammal in the world that have scales. They traditionally live in flatland forests and wetter climates. They are also the most trafficked mammal in the world.
“Say hello to my little…hippo?”
The Gray Wolf is coming back to Colorado.