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Neil Proefke holds up a dead venomous brown snake that he found in his yard after flood waters fall on January 16, 2011 in Rockhampton, Australia.

Australian Brown snake: World's second deadliest snake, mostly victimize males [VIDEO]

By Mharia Emmareen | Mar 22, 2017 10:45 AM EDT

The Australian Brown snake has been considered as the second deadliest snake in the world when it comes to venom toxicity. Records show that most of the snakes' victims are males and occurs typically in the afternoon inside or near the residence.

New bat hibernation site discovered outside of Rocky Mountains in Alberta which is the biggest so far.

New Little Brown Myotis bats hibernation site discovered in Alberta outside Rocky Mountains: Discovery helps battle white-nose syndrome

By Mharia Emmareen | Mar 22, 2017 02:31 AM EDT

The discovery of the bats' new hibernation site is a precious thing for researchers. In this way, they will be able to study the bat's behavior and other detail through its DNA and guano samples before the white-nose syndrome disease spreads even further.

Adelie Penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) on iceberg.

East Antarctica shelters nearly 6 million Adelie penguins but threatened by moving ice, melting glaciers

By Mharia Emmareen | Mar 19, 2017 09:44 AM EDT

The population of Adelie penguins doubled according to the new estimate of researchers. From 2.3 million, it surged to 5.9 million that could cover the entire region.

A crocodile shark (Pseudocarcharias   kamoharai) is a species of mackerel shark and the only extant member of the family Pseudocarchariidae.

Crocodile Shark: First time rare species discovered in British waters [VIDEO]

By Mharia Emmareen | Mar 19, 2017 04:52 AM EDT

For the first time, a crocodile shark has entered cold British waters which could have been the cause of its death. The animal which is related to the Great White shark is already listed an endangered species and is known to live in tropical waters of Australia and Brazil.

A Monarch butterfly lifts off after drinking water January 29, 2001 at the butterfly sanctuary in Michoacan, Mexico.

Monarch butterflies' population decline due to loss of milkweed

By Mharia Emmareen | Mar 15, 2017 08:12 AM EDT

Monarch butterflies are declining in numbers because of decreasing milkweed due to land conversion and herbicide use.

A Great White Shark swims in Shark Alley near Dyer Island on July 8, 2010 in Gansbaai, South Africa.

Great white sharks congregate in Cape Cod waters: What draw the predators? [WATCH]

By Mharia Emmareen | Mar 14, 2017 08:21 PM EDT

Cape Cod is getting frequented by great white sharks and it seems that the hunter's population is increasing. The predators are drawn to the place's warm waters and abundant food supply courtesy of the massive seal population.

Age rings are shown on a cut section of a Coastal Redwood tree at Muir Woods National Monument on August 20, 2013 in Mill Valley, California.

Tree rings can be used as a warning system to forecast volcanic eruptions, scientists discovered

By Mharia Emmareen | Mar 13, 2017 03:59 AM EDT

Scientists made an amazing discovery as tree rings could predict a volcanic eruption.

Ice floats near the coast of West Antarctica as seen from a window of a NASA Operation IceBridge airplane on October 27, 2016 in-flight over Antarctica.

What mystery lies behind the green-tinged ice adrift in Antarctica's Ross Sea [WATCH]

By Mharia Emmareen | Mar 12, 2017 05:22 PM EDT

The mysterious green sea ice which is sited drifting in the Ross Sea is caused by phytoplankton that also gave the ice its green tinge.

Zoo keeper Kate Pearce makes note of a red kneed bird-eating tarantula as she conducts ZSL London Zoo's annual stocktake on January 4, 2011 in London, England.

Three new giant bird-eating tarantula species discovered in Brazil, Ecuador & Peru

By Mharia Emmareen | Mar 09, 2017 09:29 AM EST

Researchers have discovered three new species of the huge bird-eating tarantulas from Brazil, Ecuador, and Peru.

A bumblebee arrives at a foxglove flower to collect pollen in St James's Park on May 23, 2011 in London, England.

Bumblebees 'smelly tracks' determine food on flowers, nest mates & stranger scents

By Mharia Emmareen | Mar 09, 2017 12:00 AM EST

Bumblebees have the ability to distinguish if the flower has been visited already for food through the smelly tracks left by its own nest mate or from other species.

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