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A Record Heat Wave Killed Huge Parts Of The Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef has been dying, but scientists have now quantified just how quickly the heat and bleaching events played into that decline.

  Animals

4:16Panda at Smithsonian National Zoo
Newsy / Megan Smith

Dream Jobs: Shellie Pick, Panda Keeper At The National Zoo

1:16An infrared image of rhinos
Endangered Wildlife Trust / LJMU

To Save Endangered Animals, We're Learning To See Them In The Dark

0:46Sudan, the world's last male northern white rhino
Ol Pejeta Conservancy / Glyn Edmunds

The World's Last Male Northern White Rhino Dies

0:49Penguins jump into the water from a block of ice
Rachael Herman, Louisiana State University, Stony Brook University

A Lost 'Supercolony' Of Penguins Was Discovered In The Antarctic

0:37Romeo the frog
Global Wildlife Conservation / Bolivian Amphibian Initiative

This Frog Is Looking For Love This Valentine's Day

1:42Two elephants graze in Tarangire National Park in Tanzania
Andrey Filippov / CC BY 2.0

Wildlife In Protected Areas Can Often Become Casualties Of War

1:05Marijuana plants
Newsy

Pot Farms Could Be Hurting Animals And The Environment In California

0:56Green sea turtle
Getty Images

Scientists Say Too Many Sea Turtles Are Born Female — Here's Why

0:48A Snowy Egret sits on a branch
Getty Images

Accidentally Killing Migratory Birds Isn't A Crime Anymore

0:39Pterosaur illustration.
 

Scientists Are Really Excited About This Discovery Of Pterosaur Eggs

0:58Model of what people claim the yeti looks like
London Looks / CC by 2.0

The Abominable Snowman Could Just Be A Bear

1:01Fly resting on table
Barbara Willi / CC by 2.0

Flies Carry Even More Bacteria Than You Might Think

1:02Turkey bird
Anaterate / CC0

Turkey Poop Might One Day Power Your Home

1:16An elephant
Getty Images

Trump Pauses The Decision On Importing African Elephant Trophies

1:17Elephant in the National Park, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
Getty Images

The US Will Allow Imports Of Elephant Trophies From Zimbabwe, Zambia

1:04Tango is photographed during a bushwalk at the Chimpanzee Conservation Centre on November 28, 2015 in Somoria, Guinea.
Getty Images / Dan Kitwood

Chimps Can Spread The Alert About Danger Just Like Humans Do

1:19Flying ants underneath a window
Keith Williamson / CC BY 2.0

All Those Bugs In Your Home Are Picky About Its Interior

1:08A Black Angus cow grazes
U.S. Department of Agriculture

WHO To Farmers: Stop Giving So Many Antibiotics To Healthy Animals

1:15Caribou graze in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Getty Images / U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Lawmakers May Soon OK Drilling In The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

0:49Drawing of a sinosauropteryx
University of Bristol

This Masked Dinosaur Was An Expert At Camouflage

1:16Researchers capture and pull a vaquita valf on to their boat used for locating the endangered animals
VaquitaCPR

How To Save The Most Endangered Marine Mammal In The World

0:49Iditarod musher and his dogs
Getty Images

Iditarod Sled Dog Doping Prompted New Rules For The Race

1:32Dog smiling
ASPCA

A New California Law Will Take Rescue Pets From Shelters To Stores

1:02A bee
patrickkavanagh / CC BY 2.0

Honey Analysis Shows Insecticide Contamination All Over The World

1:48A closeup of a house spider from England
Nic McPhee / CC BY-SA 2.0

Do Sleeping Humans Really Swallow 8 Spiders A Year?

1:04An Anthony's poison arrow frog sitting on a leaf
Rebecca Tarvin

How Do Poisonous And Venomous Animals Resist Their Own Toxins?

1:00Two snow leopards
Tambako The Jaguar / CC BY ND 2.0

Snow Leopards Aren't Endangered Anymore, But They're Still Vulnerable

1:02An endangered Key deer in Florida
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

For Florida's Endangered Wildlife, Hurricanes Come With The Territory

0:52A Siberian tiger yawns
Getty Images

Tigers Are Returning To A Country Where They Were Once Extinct

1:06Close up shot of yellow-headed amazon
C. P. Ewing / CC BY 2.0

Like Humans, Parrots Eat Nutrient Supplements ... But Theirs Are Clay