The new species was found in one of the most remote, and deepest, marine environments in Australia.
"Three wolves killed represents a major hit to Colorado's nascent wolf population," wolf conservationist Chris Smith told Newsweek.
"You never know how a new species is going to change our way of understanding animals and the natural world," marine biologist Giovanni Chimienti told Newsweek.
"The right side is a little more aggressive than the left," owner Jimmy Mabe said. "So it wants to bite me more."
This year's tournament saw 25,299 venomous lionfish captured and killed, as part of the state's efforts to control the population.
"One head starts to go one way, and the other head starts to go the other way, and it's a draw," herpetologist Dennis Ferraro said.
Having dropped to a population of a mere two wolves in 2018, there are now 28 individuals on Isle Royale thanks to restoration efforts.
"Ausichicrinites zelenskyyi" is closely related to sea stars, sea cucumbers, and sea urchins.
The rarely seen deepwater shark was discovered dead by local fisherfolk in Gubat, Philippines.
Pictures of the giant 7 foot 8 inch alligator gar caught by a fisherman using a bow and arrow have gone viral on Facebook.
Although there is evidence for grizzly bear–polar bear hybrids in recent years in the Canadian Arctic, contemporary hybridization seems rare but could become more common.
One female also managed to store sperm for at least four years and then successfully reproduce from it.
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.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott requested Texas A&M AgriLife set up the group to prevent the Asian giant hornet from settling in his state.
Scientists have analyzed fossils from the Cambrian explosion 540 million years ago to the present day to explore levels of marine biodiversity over time.
More than a century ago, Darwin reasoned genera with more species would contain more variation within those species.
The creatures were isolated millions of years ago when the continents were shifting around the planet, researchers say.
The discovery is based on remains found in the Khok Kruat geologic formation in Khorat, in central Thailand.
The non-native snake species has been hugely damaging to local wildlife, and the state government is on a drive to clear the reptiles.
Scientists believe that the Earth is currently going through its sixth mass extinction event.
The snake is named Cenaspis aenigma, Latin for "mysterious dinner snake."
Ancient DNA adds new elephant species to the mix.
Some 5,000 feet beneath the surface of the sea lies a world of weird and wonderful species.
Asian Tiger Mosquito and the Yellow Fever Mosquito can carry the Zika and Dengue viruses.
These pests might be more of a threat to livestock than to humans, but so far none have been found with any human diseases.