If sharks disappeared from the oceans, rays might thrive, but shellfish would probably suffer.
A shrimplike creature that has invaded the Great Lakes could spell big trouble for young fish.
Leaves go to a lot of trouble to turn red in the fall.
The U.S. bald eagle population is on the rise.
Trees, grasses, and other plants may produce the greenhouse gas methane.
When birds look for food at sea, they pick up and carry pollutants back to their nesting areas.
Although fish farms can supply lots of food, these operations may also cause pollution and hurt wild populations.
Can livestock and predators share the same land?
The disappearance of many birds could harm ecosystems that depend on them.
Global warming may be wiping out some plants and animals or pushing them into new habitats.