The annual Arctic Report Card has been released, and the news is pretty bleak.

Environmental DNA in seawater points toward a new future of monitoring fish populations and their movements.

Find out what one organization is doing to remove plastic from our oceans—all with the help of ocean currents!

We continue reporting on ocean plastics this week. Learn how surfers are recycling plastic waste.

This week's new species include three new salamanders and two new lizards—all small and from the Americas.

After 15 years of work, an international governing body has created the world's largest marine protected area.

A leggy millipede found in Sequoia National Park, a crab discovered inside of a mussel, and a Denali bumblebee.

As we approach Halloween, we revisit recent tales about spooky bats.

An extensive and comprehensive dive into the Twilight Zone, or deep coral reefs, of Hawaii.

This week we reveal a new ant species found in a toxic frog’s vomit, an Indian gecko, and a Himalayan pika.

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