An annual census off the Pacific coast turns up a distinctive marine mammal not seen since 2009.
The reptiles died from apparently suffocating and crushing each other while being transported across Mexico.
There's another Alcatraz Island that's less famous than the one in San Francisco but just as friendly to its birds..
Actions taken by the United States, Mexico and Canada to protect the migratory species are having a positive effect.
Poachers risk up to nine years in prison and a nearly $12,000 fine if caught grabbing eggs out of the sand nests.
Nearly 5,000 feet below the ocean’s surface is a fish so creepy looking that researchers were taken aback by its “scary” appearance and unusual way of hunting. Continue reading →
The Mexican wolf went extinct in the wild about three decades ago. Breeding pairs have been raised in captivity and reintroduced into western Mexico.
The larvae growing inside Mexican jumping beans could help develop algorithms for micro-robots.
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