Japan plans to allow whaling in the Antarctic Ocean next year, though the International Court of Justice banned the practice in March. Continue reading →
The growing push to clear forests for palm oil cultivation in Africa may spell doom for that continent's great apes. Continue reading →
A chunk of 20-million-year-old amber rediscovered from an old collection reveals a locust with remnants of wings that the insect has since lost. Continue reading →
Sharks might be able to cope with climate change's effects upon the Arctic, a study of fossil shark teeth has found. Continue reading →
From birthing offspring in their stomach to finding a frog smaller than a dime, join Trace as he discusses three recent weird frog discoveries!
Five million years ago, before the Ice Ages, strange mammals resided along the Pacific coast near modern San Francisco. Continue reading →
As the ice melts, polar bears are shifting to land-based food, such as snow geese, eggs and caribou.
A caterpillar benefits from a trait that makes others recoil: toxic halitosis. Continue reading →
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