A Google Street View of the tundra helps scientists as well as armchair polar bear watchers.
Human influence appears to have caused some snakes in the wild to grow to very large sizes.
Penguin-chick mortality rates have increased in recent years off the coast of Argentina — a trend scientists attribute to climate change.
A static charge triggered an explosion of methane gas in a barn in Rasdorf, Germany, earlier this week. Trace discusses cow farts and just how damaging methane gas can be to the environment.
As the ice melts, polar bears are shifting to land-based food, such as snow geese, eggs and caribou.
A warm snap more than 50 million years ago caused ancestors of modern-day horses to shrink, finds research.
As winters warm, winter ticks and other pests thrive and are taking a beating on the majestic loners of northern woods. Continue reading →
Meet "Hammer-Biter," a newly discovered marsupial that lived 10 to 17 million years ago and had hammer-like teeth.
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