The marsupial wasn’t behind the wheel — it was trying to cross a six-lane freeway.
The top dogs of the oceanic food web have been overfished to the point of collapse, a troubling new study says.
Laura Sharrad shared an image of her parents' home in the South Australian region.
From record-breaking bushfires to devastating hurricanes, human-driven climate change keeps killing us.
“A couple of years ago, I would never have believed it,” one scientist said. “I’ve never seen anything like this.”
As the coronavirus pandemic raged, hopes this year would be pivotal for climate change action faded. But all is not lost. Yet.
We're talking 45-plus degrees out here.
As the pandemic brought global travel to a halt, local communities and conservation efforts were left in the lurch.
The teenage activist argued that like gravity, climate change was a fact of life -- not something to have "views" on.
"The first time in 3,000 years, or thereabouts, that the Tasmanian Devil has roamed mainland forests..."
Introducing the 'pla-sausage roll'.
Australian Reptile Park said health care for koalas was "more important now than ever" after the last devastating bushfire season.
The protests were part of the 'Fridays for Future' movement that was made famous by Greta Thunberg.
You can now COVID-safe shop for bargain pre-loved Gucci and one-off vintage finds - from the couch.
A massive rescue operation will try and save a pod of whales beached on Tasmania's West Coast.
The Creek Fire is raging to the park's south, burning 135,000 acres in California with zero containment.
From polar bears to a pandemic, a scientist shares what it was like to be part of MOSAiC, science’s most ambitious mission to the North Pole.
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“These sightings are extremely encouraging for the future of tigers in our country and beyond,” a Thai official said.
The 17-year-old climate change activist said the money she won with the Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity “will help me do more good in the world.”