As food becomes scarce, gulls in Washington state are turning to their own kind.
An animated guide to how climate change is remixing species.
This archive of whale and dolphin recordings is basically "Humpback for Beginners," we assume.
Watch this intrepid mollusk make a break for it at the Seattle Aquarium. Hang in there, you tentacled monster from the deep!
This is real science, we swear!
Specialist eaters like chinstrap penguins could face species-ending food shortages, while generalists like gentoo penguins thrive.
It's not that half of all vertebrate species have gone extinct -- it's just the population counts that have dropped by 52 percent. Oh, phew.
Featuring steamy lines from "nature's pickup artists."
The Wilderness Act turns 50 this year. But climate change means we need to rethink what "wild" even means.