ourney into these northern New Zealand caves where glowworms speckle the ceilings with pseudo-starlight and work up a carnivorous appetite.
The ouroboros is real.
Between 2011 and 2015, this small island suffered 13% of the world's fatal shark attacks.
Reunion Island residents are taking shark research and attack-prevention measures into their own hands, an attempt at a more symbiotic relationship.
A new study helps explain why cats are such good hunters.
Reunion Island is basically paradise. But as we learned, every paradise has a boogeyman. Here, it's sharks.
We had some help from climate change.
This is the best thing I've ever seen, ever.
Butterfly wings aren’t perfect, but that’s the point.
Whether people like it or not, these mammals and their guano play an important role in Australia’s native forest ecosystems.