Blogs Flora & Fauna
Massive spiderwebs have taken over the countryside in parts of New South Wales thanks to record rains and flooding.
Slash and burn practices in northern Thailand leave one lone green tree in a sea of brown.
A warming climate is killing off yellow-cedar trees on more than 500,000 acres of Southeast Alaska.
According to researchers, the invasion of the land by primitive moss-like plants was a pivotal time in our history.
Groundhog Day is here, but winter has already been more like spring in many parts of the U.S.
Conservationists fear the Texas drought may harm a large population of endangered whooping cranes.
Scientists have discovered a never-before-seen hybrid shark species, but is it evidence of climate adaptation?
As temperatures warm and animals hosting infectious diseases take on a wider range, many factors come into play complicating predictions on what to expect