Dr. Sylvia A. Earle talks about authoring her new book "National Geographic Ocean: A Global Odyssey" and the lessons she learned along the way.
WELCOME TO THE WORLD! Super cool video from the Brookfield Zoo shows a male dwarf seahorse giving birth to nine babies.
Super cool video from the Brookfield Zoo shows a male dwarf seahorse giving birth to nine babies. (Credit: Mike Masellis)
A lobsterman in Maine hauled in an incredibly rare "cotton candy" lobster -- the odds of catching one are about 1 in 100 million.
Chris Anchor, senior wildlife biologist at Forest Preserve District of Cook County, talks about why coyotes could be more common in our neck of the woods this winter.
A video going viral on TikTok shows a bear-y unusual wedding crasher at a reception held over the weekend in Mexico.
Every once in a while, nature reveals something that looks like it came straight out of a horror movie.
The Shedd Aquarium and the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County are on a mission to repopulate the area with Blanding's turtles.
They won't infest your home. They won’t bite, breed or eat anything. And, in fact, stink bugs won’t even stink up the joint.
The ivory-billed woodpecker and 22 more birds, fish and other species were declared extinct by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Wednesday.
American white pelicans are winging their way through the state right now as they take a route on their annual winter migration to the Gulf Coast.
Prices start at $50 for members and go up to $200.
More than 750 cases of the bird illness have been reported in 76 Indiana counties. Symptoms include crusty eyes and neurological problems.
The viral video was taken at Yellowstone National Park.
"Gator tried to eat my board. Someone has been feeding him and made him very dangerous. He was a big boy," she captioned one of the videos.
A Reno, Nevada man captured a hypnotizing timelapse of his pet tarantula molting at his home on Aug. 19.
Landscape expert Connie Rivera dishes out some tips for better gardening this fall in the Chicago area.
When a truck carrying up to 50 million bees crashed Up North, it unleashed a fury as millions of bees buzzed around the truck.
The carcass of a black bear was discovered along a northern Indiana road on Wednesday, according to state wildlife officials.
Chicago's beloved piping plovers, Monty and Rose, have left Chicago for warmer temperatures.