One swarm recorded was 37 miles long and 25 miles wide.
Photos of an injured koala sitting next to a dead koala emerged on Wednesday as relief workers attempt to rescue surviving wildlife on Kangaroo Island, Australia.
Almost a decade after the nuclear disaster, wildlife photos show the site is becoming a hotbed of local wildlife.
A clean-up mission is in full swing after an accident caused a container to crash down onto a barge containing diesel fuel, destabilizing the vessel and causing it to sink.
Beijing considers the island nation to be a part of China and has long vowed to bring it under the control of the Communist Party.
The fire is advancing at 800 acres an hour, and 100,000 residents have been evacuated, with one death reported.
The intense wildfires that are hitting the region during this year's season are turning the sky a bloody red.
Speaking to The Weather Channel Thursday morning, Rod Carroll, Chief of the Vidor Police Department in Texas, told reporters flooding in the town was "worse during this storm than it was during Hurricane Harvey."
Many of those aboard were teachers traveling to collect their salaries, a local mayor said.
The U.S. said that "floods once again show the level of Iranian regime mismanagement in urban planning and in emergency preparedness" weeks after flooding ravaged the Midwest.
Humans abandoned the area in 1986, following what is generally regarded as the worst nuclear disaster in history.
On Wednesday, the notification system will send a push alert and vibrating tone to every wireless phone in the country, with "Presidential Alert."
The vessel capsized in Africa's largest lake on Thursday, with an estimated 400 to 500 people on board.
As Florence threatens the Carolinas, it's worth wondering how and why teams name themselves after disasters that strike their region.
The central city of Kumagaya broke the country's heat record, while Tokyo reached 104 degrees for the first time ever.
It's a 90-pound robot that resembles the frame of a Rottweiler.
Around two million people have been affected by the volcano, and an as yet unknown number of people are missing.
Christa McAuliffe was planning to film lessons aboard the Challenger for classrooms all over the country to use.
"No one's been this low at this point," said Tim Malloy, the assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.
Preparations must be made to minimize the impact of the predicted disaster, the nation says.
A new project to fill the 1,000-mile exclusion zone with solar panels is expected to be commissioned next month.
The Japanese government mandates a limit of 40 years for nuclear reactors; the Tokai No. 2 has been running since 1978. Today marked the fourth time Japan Atomic Power Co. filed an application with the Nuclear Regulation Authority for an extension.