Images of the dogs and their handlers during the annual competition
Images of these unique creatures from across the colder parts of the Southern Hemisphere
A few images of these magnificent white bears in their natural habitat
A special Sunday event: a photographic essay celebrating such magnificent birds of prey. These nocturnal hunters hail from Europe, Asia, North America, and South America and are depicted here in photos from recent years.
Images of Japanese macaques relaxing and staying warm in the waters of a mountain hot spring
The demise of salt lakes threatens humans and wildlife alike.
As a result of stormier seas caused by climate change, lifelong fishers have more than a month’s less ocean time on average than they did 40 years ago.
Kangaroos with giant arms. Bats with clown feet. Sometimes, young animals’ proportions are shockingly different from their parents’.
Five hundred million years before the dawn of dinosaurs, strange animals ruled a frozen planet.
Only 25 percent of gray squirrels survive their first year. Success rates for second marriages are almost equally dire.
As an environmental journalist and a parent, I worry that the animals in my son’s bedtime stories will disappear before he learns they’re real.
The amphibians pull off a death-defying magic trick to stay hidden while they sleep.
“You’re in such a gorgeous place. Why are you complaining about stupid stuff?”
Climate change is rusting Alaska’s waterways.
Every winter, thousands of flamingos descend on the city’s sewage-filled creeks.
#PigeonTok is rebranding the unloved birds as pets, not pests.
A new discovery could rewrite the story of reptilian sex.
Human activity is making ecosystems around the world look the same.
In 2014, an octopus made headlines for starving herself while protecting her eggs. Why does she remind me of my mom?
The once-endangered species is now wreaking havoc on coastal vegetation, putting Antarctica at risk.