This definitely counts as a once-in-a-lifetime catch.
Tossing banana peels, apple cores and other “natural” foods on the ground while in nature can have lasting impacts and sometimes deadly consequences for animals, wildlife officials warned this week.
A hotel in Montana got a surprise unregistered guest when a young black bear was found sprawled across a bathroom sink in totally nonchalant fashion.
A $5,000 reward is being offered to help find the person who shot an endangered green sea turtle in the neck with a spear off the coast of Florida.
Hurricanes not only bring devastating weather and leave destruction in their wake — the storms also bring higher numbers of aggressive spiders, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution.
Denmark is spending 11 million kroner ($1.6 million) to buy the country's last four circus elephants to give them a proper retirement as the government moves to ban wild animals in circuses.
The government agency that manages Australia's Great Barrier Reef has downgraded its outlook for the corals' condition from "poor" to "very poor" due to warming oceans.
A new species of firefly has been discovered at Grandfather Mountain, and they do something very different from others: They light up the sky by flashing in unison.
Florida wildlife officials say hunters have captured two huge Burmese pythons as part of the state's program to remove the invasive snakes.
Now that’s a real “one-of-a-kind” catch!
Anyone lucky enough to visit the Florida Keys might know what feeding the tarpon at Robbie’s in Islamorada, Florida is all about.
The Trump administration is finalizing major changes Monday to the way it enforces the landmark Endangered Species Act, a move it says will reduce regulatory burden but critics charge will drive more creatures to extinction.
A Washington woman, hoping an octopus on the face would make for a prize-winning photo, instead wound up with something she never expected: a faceful of pain and a trip to the hospital.
Authorities say two people were bitten by sharks minutes apart at the same Florida beach.
We have all been warned to check for signs of skimmer devices at gas station pumps, but a Kansas woman was faced with a 'threat' of a different kind at the pump this week.
In an adorable rescue operation, a group of Massachusetts firefighters freed a young raccoon that had somehow managed to get its head stuck in a sewer grate.
In a mind-blowing video, Kentucky wildlife workers use electrofishing to show a huge explosion of invasive Asian carp in Lake Barkley.