A Montana woman used a zucchini as a weapon to fend off a charging bear.
NPR recently reported on the cleanup of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, noting the work of researchers to assess the impact of the oil on sea life using virtual shellfish, which help quantify the amount of contaminants in the water:Read More >
Providence lobsterman Denny Ingram hauled a yellow lobster last week. The coloration occurs in only about one in 30 million lobsters.
Population declines in many species of reef fish -- particularly those who can change their sex -- may be linked to an excess of males brought about by fishing, according to new research.
Paleontologists at Yale University have discovered the oldest mammalian tooth marks yet on the bones of ancient animals, including several large dinosaurs.
Could domestication save the bluefin tuna from extinction? Plans to farm the endangered fish moved ahead this week after a smaller but closely related species, the Atlantic bonito, was successful reared in captivity.