The Bramble Cay melomys (Melomys rubicola) was a small rat with one of the most unusual distributions of all mammals. As far as we know, the only place it occurred was the tiny Bramble Cay in the eastern Torres Strait, at the tip of northern Australia. Read more about Bramble Cay Melomys: The First Mammal Extinct from Climate Change Caused by Humans?
Environment & Conservation
What’s brightly colored, lives on shipwrecks, filter-feeds like a whale, and shoots webs like Spiderman? Read more about “Spiderman” Worm-Snails Discovered on Florida Shipwreck
Did you know milkweeds aren’t really weeds at all? In fact, they're native plants with pink, orange, or white flowers that will brighten up your yard. Read more about How Milkweeds Can Save Monarch Butterflies And Beautify Your Garden