Scientists recently observed a polar bear dive that lasted 3 minutes, 10 seconds, shattering the previous known record by about 2 minutes.
An ill-fated 19th-century expedition that became trapped in the Canadian Arctic ended in a particularly gruesome type of cannibalism.
Weak solar activity could slowly fire up the ocean circulation mechanism, increasing the amount of warm water and air flowing to Greenland. Continue reading →
Polar bears are seen eating dolphins for the first time ever, a sign that their diet is expanding. Continue reading →
Buttons. Plates. A medicine bottle filled with viscous goo. These are among the last remnants of a doomed 1845 expedition.
Cold, rough seas can make drilling difficult and cleanup of a possible skill even more challenging.
The administration grants Shell's request to begin drilling for oil and gas in the Arctic Sea under certain conditions, despite opposition from environmental groups.
Two Dutch explorers studying melting Arctic sea ice have apparently drowned after falling through thin ice.
+ Load More