Microplastics Have Been Found in Our Deepest Ocean Animals
Scientists found plastics in the guts of amphipods at Challenger Deep, some 10,890 meters below the sea surface.
Extremely Angry Deer Are Terrorizing the People of Vancouver Island
Deer are encroaching on our cities. It’s bad for us, and for them.
Mining For Smartphone Metals Could Kill Rare and Beautiful Deep Sea Creatures
Newly discovered “Casper” octopus among the species under threat from proposed mining projects.
Marina Abramović and Mark Ruffalo Speak Out in New Climate Change Documentary
'In This Climate' is a plea from artists and activists to take environmental action now.
The Global Human Footprint Is Running Out of Globe
A new study offers the first human footprint measure since 1993. It's not all bad.
Badgers Are More Scared of the BBC Than Bears
European badgers are more afraid of human voices than bears or wolves, a study found.
Plague of Bats Holds Australian Town Hostage with Aerial Shit Blitz
Whether people like it or not, these mammals and their guano play an important role in Australia’s native forest ecosystems.
Pro Tip: Give Your Ocean Robot a Bath
Some tips on preventing an invasive species from hitching a ride on your underwater ROV.
The Environment Is Your Playground in an Interactive 3D Ecosystem
For the New York Hall of Science's Great Hall Design I/O have created huge, complex interactive ecosystems where your actions affect the digital environment.
Windows 10 Comes Preinstalled with 'Candy Crush' Whether You Like It or Not
A disgrace to 'Minesweeper.'
The Underwater Industrial Revolution Is Driving Ocean Life to Extinction
Humans have pushed hundreds of land animals into extinction. Is it too late to save marine wildlife from the same fate?
Photographs of Animals Eating Each Other
Photographer Catherine Chalmers' new series 'Food Chain' showcases the circle of life—blood, guts, and all.