Named for their spooky appearance, the origin of these familiar aquarium creatures traces back to Java.
Two gorgeous new species of peacock spiders nicknamed 'Skeletorus' and 'Sparklemuffin' have been discovered in Australia.
A subspecies of the Bahama woodstar is distinct enough to get a new name, a research team argues.
Once mistaken for another species of owl, the golden-eyed 'desert tawny owl' is now finally getting its due.
The gray-brown creature resembling a snake was discovered in a remote but threatened area of Cambodian rainforest.
Its distinctive mating call helps scientists distinguish the creature from already known frogs with which it was often confused.
The elusive animal was first seen on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi 15 years ago.
How could a frog go unnoticed in NYC for thousands of years? Discretion is everything. Continue reading →
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