Animal Planet's series The Zoo shows viewers the biological, veterinary and conservation science at a modern zoo.
In fewer than a dozen generations bumblebee-pollinated plants were coaxed to develop traits that made them even more pleasing to the bees. Christopher Intagliata reports.
The pathogen with a near 100 percent mortality rate could wipe out amphibian species already decimated by habitat loss
For every two species lost in a grassland, the remaining flowers there bloomed a day earlier—on par with changes due to rising global temperatures. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Demolishing dams helps many fish but threatens waters where some native species shelter from drought and invasive predators
Emboldened by Trump election, several states ask White House to roll back habitat protection
The law may promote resiliency to warming by protecting habitats and natural systems
Climate change and overfishing have made the penguins’ feeding grounds a mirage—which has led to a drop in penguin population. Jason G. Goldman reports.
Freshwater-saltwater ecosystems could provide bountiful renewable energy
The rule protects smaller streams and other bodies that the EPA said could “impact downstream waters"
Climate models show the absence of a global atmospheric circulation pattern which bolsters high ocean temperatures key to coral bleaching
The fall armyworm has rapidly spread across the continent and is wreaking destruction on staple crops
Critters living more than six miles below the ocean surface contain high levels of harmful compounds like PCBs and flame retardants. Julia Rosen reports.
The Army Corps will run 10 pilot projects in which dredged sediment will protect coastlines
A Pacific Northwest housing boom is encroaching on songbird habitat, forcing the birds to flee their homes—and their mates.
A thin film coating can chill a vat of water to 15 degress Fahrenheit cooler than its surroundings, by absorbing—and then emitting—the sun's infrared rays. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Authorities cut holes in 300 bodies to release decomposition pressure
A clinical psychologist treats shell-shocked rangers engaged in Africa's poaching wars
The low-oxygen waters of the dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico result in smaller shrimp, and a spike in large shrimp prices. Christopher Intagliata reports.
New research suggests that as weather patterns changed some 30,000 years ago in Australia, megafauna went extinct