An international team of scientists is about to embark on a four-year-long study on the Earth's second biggest ocean.
Scientists believe there are more pieces of plastic in the ocean than stars in the Milky Way.
The shipment was worth nearly $39 million.
Humans abandoned the area in 1986, following what is generally regarded as the worst nuclear disaster in history.
Researchers discovered vegetation and wildlife thriving on the newly formed island.
"Climate change will force wild species in all national parks to adapt, often by migrating. The problem is that U.S. policies—especially under the Trump administration—are fragmenting connections between parks and other public lands that give natural systems better odds for survival."
The squirrels became so entangled in each other's tails, wildlife experts couldn't tell where one tail began and another ended.
The influence of just one social spider can drastically improve their group's hunting skills.
Scientists in Sarasota developed a new machine called an Ozone Treatment System that can remove toxins from water.
A group of scientists said the border bisects 1,506 native terrestrial and freshwater animal and plant species' geographic ranges.
Aaron Gibbons becomes first victim of fatal polar bear attack in Canadian territory of Nunavut for 18 years.
The footage was captured in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
With the rise of globalization comes the inevitable rise of the alien ant.
The hunting of Sumatran tigers carries penalties of jail time and hefty fines.
The minke whale camera is part of an ongoing effort to better protect Antarctica's whale feeding areas.
After months of uncertainty about the status of the ban, the president told Piers Morgan he plans to keep restricting hunters from bringing back the trophies.