Eating roadkill makes so much sense.
The patchwork of burnt lands that once characterized fire-prone forests is disappearing.
Acknowledging the virus’s silver linings can feel ghoulish. But mounting evidence suggests that we’re in the midst of an unprecedented roadkill reprieve.
To save Brazil’s giant anteaters, scientists are grappling with one of the planet’s most transformative forces: roads.
Cows have to be stunned before slaughter. Why doesn’t our finned fare?
An industrious but finicky pest could be the key to restoring Washington State’s wetlands and salmon populations.