Dinner Table Conversation: If a monkey takes a selfie with your camera, who owns the picture? September 15, 2017

In 2015, a British wildlife photographer, David Slater, set up a camera in the jungles of Indonesia. Soon, a curious Celebes crested macaque monkey st

“Buzz the Bee” Goes Missing! March 5, 2017

WHAT HAPPENED: Last month, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service added the bumblebee to their endangered species list. NOW WHAT: The rapid disappearance

Bumblebees Have Been Listed! February 12, 2017

Picture this: You’re enjoying a day in the park with a nice popsicle in hand when all of a sudden something comes chasing you down. A bumblebee! “

Then & Now: Shamu January 17, 2017

WHAT HAPPENED: Last year, SeaWorld announced that after 60 years of orcas (or killer whales) flying into the air and splashing happy families in the

How Did Lucy Die? September 11, 2016

Lucy the Australopithecus is the oldest known human ancestor. When her bones were discovered in a shallow stream in the country of Ethiopia 42 years a

A Sunken Ship Worth Exploring! August 24, 2016

The Titanic is one of the most famous sunken ships — at least a dozen movies have been made about it! But there’s one ship that’s also getti

A “Buzz-worthy” Story June 8, 2016

San Francisco hotels are creating quite the buzz with their rooftop beehives. Wait, did you say bees at a hotel? Yes! It’s not a new concept, but ho

A Zoo’s Tough Decision: A Boy or a Gorilla? June 7, 2016

It’s summer break and you decide to visit the zoo with your parents. You’re walking along when you hear a little boy tell his mother that he wants

3,890 Tigers and Counting May 2, 2016

Tigers may be growing in numbers Good news, tiger lovers! There are now more tigers living in the world than there were in 2010. But wait, how do we k