LONDON — The winners of the Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition have already been declared, but now you can have your say, too. Members of the public have until Jan.
This moth is one of the fascinating examples of the extraordinary ways in which plants and animals have adapted elegant solutions for survival, collected in photographer Robert Clark’s new work, “Evolution”
Humans are generally pretty unimpressed with fish. From the popular myth that goldfish only have a three-second memory to stereotypes of sharks as “mindless killers,” they’re generally considered the members
Three US zoos say they bought the 18 elephants to save them from culling by Swazi authorities to relieve pressure on other wildlife amid drought Eighteen elephants are on their way to the United States
In the ongoing battle between cat-lovers and dog-lovers, dog people have a hefty weapon in their arsenal: a bizarre, mind-controlling parasite you can catch by cleaning your cat's litter box. It's true
For decades the famed documentarian Sir David Attenborough has taken viewers to the farthest edges of the world. Now natural history enthusiasts can join the broadcaster on a trip back in time to study