A 750-pound bull moose was found wandering a Colorado parking garage for days and relocated back to nature this week by wildlife officials.
A six-gill shark was found washed up on the shore of Bainbridge Island on Monday after ingesting fishing gear.
A Tennessee man shooed away a black bear that broke into his parked car and caused heavy damage to the vehicle. “I had to abandon the car,” he said.
A pair of bull sharks were found to have swum from the Gulf of Mexico to St. Louis via the Mississippi River, a recent study confirmed.
Frank Reynolds, 53, dislocated his shoulder and broke some ribs.
Seven miles off the coast of Manatee County, a fishing captain had the rare experience to see a blanket octopus drifting around his boat.
Bug experts want to change the common name of the gypsy moth because it's considered an ethnic slur and they're asking the public to help them.
More than 35,000 fish were dropped from an airplane into a remote Utah lake in a video released by Utah’s Division of Wildlife Resources.
While paddling off the coast of Washington, a woman got up close and personal with some orcas.
Chinese officials said they no longer consider giant pandas to be an endangered species but remain “vulnerable,” due to conservation efforts.
New renovations will allow threatened salmon species to return to Lunds Gulch at Meadowdale Beach Park in Edmonds, Washington.
Boaters got a "killer" view when they spotted this orca whale in Alaska.
A bear attacked a group of men who were waiting to watch fireworks on the 4th of July on Mount Wilson and the incident was captured on video.
Experts with the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have announced the first sighting of an Asian giant hornet in 2021.
Wildlife officials in Washington state have confirmed wild deer are suffering from an animal disease on the San Juan Islands after several residents reported dozens of strange deer deaths over the past few weeks.
Firefighters in Michigan helped a furry friend get out of a tight situation this week.
The Washington Department of Ecology has fined dam operator Electron Hydro, LLC, $501,000 for discharging discarded plastic field turf into the Puyallup River.
Federal officials are planning to curtail nontribal salmon fishing along the West Coast in especially bad years to help the Northwest’s endangered killer whales.
A herd of wild elephants that walked across China was approaching the city of Kunming. Authorities have set up barriers to try and keep them away.
A new viral video shows the moment a Bradbury teenager fended off a large bear in order to save her dogs.