A sponge and a starfish resembling the beloved cartoon characters SpongeBob and Patrick caught the eye of NOAA during a recent live stream.
A Minneapolis woman is doing her part to help save the dwindling Monarch butterfly population.
A 750-pound bull moose was found wandering a Colorado parking garage for days and relocated back to nature this week by wildlife officials.
The buck moon may glow reddish-orange this week because of smoke particles traveling from the 13 fires raging across the western United States. Here’s how you can view this month’s full moon.
A Tennessee man shooed away a black bear that broke into his parked car and caused heavy damage to the vehicle. “I had to abandon the car,” he said.
Bug experts want to change the common name of the gypsy moth because it's considered an ethnic slur and they're asking the public to help them.
More than 35,000 fish were dropped from an airplane into a remote Utah lake in a video released by Utah’s Division of Wildlife Resources.
Chinese officials said they no longer consider giant pandas to be an endangered species but remain “vulnerable,” due to conservation efforts.
Wolf pups have been spotted again on Isle Royale, a hopeful sign in the effort to rebuild the predator species’ population at the U.S. national park, scientists said Monday.
Zookeepers and local entities are still searching for a 12-foot Burmese python that escaped a Baton Rouge zoo inside the Mall of Louisiana Tuesday morning.
A bear attacked a group of men who were waiting to watch fireworks on the 4th of July on Mount Wilson and the incident was captured on video.
The herd of wild elephants left their wildlife preserve more than a year ago and has traveled more than 300 miles since then, raiding farms and strolling village streets along the way. And it’s still unclear where they’re headed.
Poaching and a hunt in February that exceeded kill quotas led to an estimated 30% reduction of Wisconsin’s gray wolves, according to a new study.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources helped release three rehabilitated bald eagles back into the wild Friday.
Fish die-offs have been reported by the Minnesota DNR after the recent heat wave.
While overall mosquito counts are down due to the dry weather, there has been a rise in Culex mosquitoes in the metro.
The Wildcat Sanctuary in Sandstone, Minnesota shared photos of a cougar kitten's recovery after she was rescued in April.
Video captured a fisherman freeing a great white shark caught in fishing wire off the coast of Southern California.
'I was completely inside (the whale); it was completely black,' he said.
A new study revealed a massive shark “die-off” occurred nearly 19 million years ago, but scientists can’t explain the mystery.