A Florida woman is reminding others to keep their garage doors closed after an alligator snuck into hers.
Gray wolves were eradicated in California early in the last century because of their perceived threat to livestock. Their reappearance in the state has riled ranchers, who say wolves have preyed on their livestock on public or private land.
Wildlife photographer Konstantine 'Gus' Mamalis talks about his search for the elusive snowy owl on Maryland's Assateague Island!
Close to 1,400 Rothschild’s giraffes remain in the wild in the world.
Texas Parks & Wildlife biologists say at least 30,000 bats may have died, most of them Mexican free-tailed bats, from last week's winter storms.
The number of monarch butterflies that showed up at their winter resting grounds in central Mexico decreased by about 26% this year, and four times as many trees were lost to illegal logging, drought and other causes, making 2020 a bad year for the butterflies.
Etna erupted for the sixth time in eight days on February 24, according to local media, with footage from the area showing lava fountains shooting 500 meters into the air.
Another 1,700 sea turtles are safe and back in their ocean home after volunteers and rescue groups pulled thousands of the cold-stunned reptiles from Texas waters during a deadly winter storm.
The Austin Zoo is rebuilding after last week's storm left several trees snapped and some water pipes and pumps frozen, but zookeepers confirm the animals made it through.
Deputies discovered the tiger after receiving a call concerning a “tiger in the cold.”
The black-footed ferret was born Dec. 10
While the alligators may appear to be dead, scientists say they’re not.
Shannon Stevens told The AP that she sat down on the toilet and felt something immediately bite her.
“I opened the toilet seat and there’s just a bear face just right there at the level of the toilet seat, just looking right back up through the hole, right at me."
Rescue groups say someone is deliberately scalping pelicans by the Skyway fishing pier, and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is investigating the crime.
Biologists responded to a north Florida beach this week after a harbor seal, which is not a native resident of the Sunshine State, was spotted resting on the shore.
A harbor seal, which is not a native resident of the Sunshine State, found its way to a beach near Jacksonville.
The study found younger great white sharks that are between 5 and 9 feet long and traditionally concentrated in warm waters off northern Mexico and Southern California have moved north since 2014 as water temperatures have warmed.
Aaron Brown was driving when he spotted something on his family's property that required a second look. It turned out to be a 16-foot Burmese python with 100 eggs inside.
No one saw a big cat in action, so the report has not yet been confirmed.