Heavily protected crews in Washington state worked Saturday to destroy the first nest of so-called murder hornets discovered in the United States.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture has found the first Asian giant hornet nest in the United States.
Proving once again that the sea is filled with unspeakable horrors, a fisherman in Tennessee reeled in a bass with a snake in its mouth.
People have been dumping weird animals in New York forever. Voracious snake-head fish. Wall lizards. In the 1800s, someone released 60 birds from Europe in New York and now millions of their descendents live across the United States.
Josina Morita, commissioner of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District, talks about the need to reduce the population of invasive Asian Carp in Chicago's water ways.
Officials warn residents of venomous puss caterpillar after reports of several sightings in Virginia.
At least 47 wolf-dog hybrids. Six red foxes. Three coyotes. Those are just some of the animals removed from an unlicensed rehab center in Michigan where the owner's granddaughter had half her arm bitten off this summer.
Two hunters have broken a state record by removing the largest Burmese python to date from the Florida Everglades.
Food Network star Guy Fieri prepared an Italian-inspired feast for 2,774 firefighters in California.
Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky partnered with conservationists to help release the animals into their new homes.
Illinois’ fall trout fishing season opens on Oct. 17 at more than 50 ponds, lakes, and streams across the state.
Jason Gillespie was deep-sea fishing in the area when he spotted the remarkable three-foot tope shark.
This bear is seen regularly in the Central Florida neighborhood.
A man in Malaysia recovered his stolen phone and was met with a surprise inside his photo gallery which was unexpectedly filled with monkey selfies.
For the second time this month, a new southern resident orca calf has been spotted with the J-Pod in the Salish Sea.
Chris Stone, medical entomologist at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, explains the dangers of exposure to Eastern Equine Encephalitis which can be transmitted by mosquitos.
Doug Taron, chief curator at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, talks about the phenomenon of monarch butterflies making their way through Chicago.
Tom Sullam, co-founder of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, talks about their mission to give back to conversation efforts.
Rescuers found a puppy sheltering within the charred remains on a property impacted by the Berry Creek fires.
The carcass was discovered with its teeth and even its nose in tact. A preliminary analysis indicated that the bear lived 22,000 to 39,500 years ago.