Male hatchlings are disappearing on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, a new study shows, because the growing warmth of nests produces more females.
A deeply frigid cold spell has North America in its grips, setting record temperatures, creating striking scenes and, in some cases, threatening the lives of humans and animals alike.
In a neighborhood razed by fire, a woman is tracking and trapping house cats that fled in October and still elude their owners.
“I feel like I represent Beyoncé,” said the Cincinnati zoo’s vice president of marketing. “People fly across the world to just catch a glimpse.”
Some birds and animals found shelter during recent hurricanes, but many will struggle to live in a changed environment.
While millions of humans are evacuating ahead of the storm, the relocation of animals is an extra challenge.