"I know a lot of people would get down about having an amputation this severe. But I just keep a positive mindset and keep friends and family close," she told FOX 35.
More than 100 Canada geese and 25 mallard ducks were found dead on a lake in Waseca on Sunday, the city confirmed in a Facebook post on Wednesday.
According to the state’s wildlife officials, there were about 1,000 birds in 1978. Today, the population is estimated between 30,000 and 35,000 birds.
Delaware has a growing problem that officials want to stop before it gets hog wild!
This massive sea turtle existed more than 70 million years ago and could have reached a body length of up to about 12 feet, researchers said.
The baby was separated from his mother for nearly two days following his birth because he was having difficulty breathing, according to the zoo.
Millions of red crabs have emerged from their burrows and the rainforests on Australia's Christmas Island to begin their annual migration to the ocean, leading to quite a surreal scene.
Sometimes people need a friendly reminder not to use illegal narcotics and definitely not to purchase wildlife from a gas station.
The video has racked up thousands of views on Instagram.
“It became clear that the specimen was unlike any species paleontologists had seen before,” geology professor Scott Persons told FOX Television Stations.
Fortunately, the shark managed to wriggle itself free and no one on the boat was injured.
The Sonoran Desert toad, also known as the Colorado River toad, secretes toxins that can make people sick and even kill a full-grown dog, officials say.
Officials say they are not releasing the man's identity due to past experiences with people receiving “multiple death threats” after being cited for seal harassment.
Even in the most biodiverse rainforest of the world, the pirarucu stands out: It can weigh up to 440 pounds, by far the largest of 2,300 known fish species in the Amazon.
Emperor penguins will now receive new protections under the Endangered Species Act after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says climate change is threatening to eradicate the species.
This horror may seem like the stuff of nightmares, but for many insects and the parasites that turn them into “zombies,” this is just another day in the natural world.
The deer reportedly lost one of its antlers.
Now that’s not something you see every day.
Surfer Tyler Warren was catching some waves on the Southern California coast when Jordan Anast photographed the photobombing shark behind the surfer.
Researchers said the dead spider mechanical grippers were able to lift more than 130% of their own body weight.