Areas of Siberia have seen temperatures hit the early to mid-thirties during an exceptional May heatwave.
A white grizzly was spotted in Canadaian mountains with its sibling. Experts suspect the unusual coloring is the result of a recessive gene.
Bolivian officials are investigating a body found in the Salar de Uyuni. It is thought to belong to a person who was recently declared missing.
A 3-inch tooth was found on a dirt path in Eglin Reservation, northwest Florida. Paleontologists suspect it came from a quarry.
Lokmanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital said only three of the babies born at the hospital tested positive for COVID-19, but two women have died while in hospital.
There are no artefacts buried alongside the skeleton that could offer arcaheologists clues to the woman's life or death.
Entomologists predict that as many as 1.5 million cicadas could gather per acre in certain states as adults emerge from the soil to breed.
The dinosaur is one of the largest and youngest megaraptors on the fossil record, say paleontologists.
RMS Titanic Inc. hopes to salvage the telegraph used to broadcast distress signals when the Titanic hit an iceberg on April 14, 1912.
The 400-pound fish was caught in New Jersey waters on May 16, 2020. Ocean County Sheriff 911 have shared photos of the fisher with his giant catch.
The video was filmed by Newport Coastal Adventure on May 16 during an afternoon trip off Laguna Beach.
Scientists describe the two-inch bone of a 110 million-year-old elaphrosaur found in Victoria, Australia, after it was misidentified as belonging to a pterosaur.
Basking sharks can be seen in Irish waters throughout the year but there has been an above-average number of sightings this spring.
"In light of everything that's gone on in the world today, we decided to make light of it and put something out there to cheer people up a little bit," said Chief Steve Rotunno of the Cicero Police Department.
The caterpillars of Asian gypsy moths can destroy large sections of forest. Sweetgum, apple, popular, oak, willow and linden trees are some of the plants that could be at risk.
The tiger was caught after it made a break for it in the Mexican city of Guadalajara.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is seeking to eradicate wild populations of Argentine black and white tegu it says has settled in Toombs and Tattnall counties.
The recall affects 10-ounce boxes of Mac's Chicharrones Pork Skins Hot and Spicy Variety Pack produced by Evans Food Group.
The goats escaped from an enclosure on a nearby hill, residents said.
The peacock named Snowbank escaped from Franklin Park, but a police officer used his wits and his phone to get him back home.
The animal rights organization is offering the reward to anyone with leads that result in the arrest and conviction of the suspect.
Bones from a fossil rich site at Tanque Loma in Ecuador offers clues to how a group of 22 plus giant sloths met their end 18,000 years ago.
The footage shows the burning of fluffy poplar tree seeds in Parque del Cidacos in Calahorra, Spain.
Giant algal blooms from L.A. to Mexico have turned the sea a rust shade of red in the day and a luminescent blue at night.
On Friday, a surfer near Bells Beach, Victoria, was attacked by a shark. Footage shows the 23-year-old being helped to shore by a local man.
Pangolins are missing two genes that alert mammals to invading viruses. Scientists suggests understanding how they tolerate the virus without these genes could pave way for COVID-19 treatments.
Predator-prey attacks like these are rarely seen on the fossil record and offer a snapshot in time during the Sinemurian period.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott requested Texas A&M AgriLife set up the group to prevent the Asian giant hornet from settling in his state.