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Scientists have long wondered whether the bright pink birds are native to Florida.
A Swiss environmentalist and a Californian art dealer became obsessed with Sarawak, one of the wildest places on Earth. This is their story.
The new discovery sheds light on the evolution of insect and crustacean nervous systems.
A new study found leopards may prevent nearly 100 rabies cases in Mumbai every year.
Thousands of miles from its native habitat, the tropical bird could be a captive escapee.
Photographer Patrick Dykstra came across the rare species when he was shooting footage of sperm whales in the Caribbean Sea.
A recent study reveals dogs are more intuitive than we thought.
Get the facts about the biannual tradition, which was established in the U.S. in 1918.
Blacktip sharks usually travel in the tens of thousands from North Carolina to Florida. But thanks to climate change, more are staying put.
The find can tell scientists how ocean crust is recycled throughout Earth's interior.
A new forensic analysis suggests that skeletal remains found on a remote island belonged to the famous pilot.
You can thank female inventors for these now-everyday things.
On the menu: insects, weeds, and veggie burgers that bleed.
A fossil lizard is the oldest known reptile that can lose its tail and survive, an ability still seen in modern species.
The black Jacobin emits a shrill noise that sounds more like a frog or a cricket, leaving scientists puzzled.
The Juno spacecraft is revealing what’s churning below the surface of the largest planet in the solar system.
When wasps find themselves in times of trouble, they get by with a little help from their friends.
A wildlife photographer recently captured the unusual interaction in Brazil's Pantanal.
The nearly 132-year-old find was part of a larger experiment by German crews to track ocean currents.
Tech companies launched a coalition today aiming to reduce the illegal online trade in ivory and other wildlife products by 80 percent by 2020.