Did you know there’s a bird in Florida that ONLY lives in Florida? Read more about Florida’s only endemic bird, and how you can help protect it.
Sea turtles lack sex chromosomes! Learn how climate change may be impacting sex ratios in wild populations and what that means for the future of sea turtles.
Seagrasses are important to the green sea turtle and to marine habitats worldwide.
What’s going on? With over 55 species of cockroach in the United States, it can be difficult to tell them … Continued
What’s going on? The Schaus swallowtail butterfly is endemic to Florida, meaning it isn’t found anywhere else. Its habitat consists … Continued
What’s going on? Scientists and state agencies are asking Florida residents to keep an eye out for the brown basilisk, … Continued
The great Floridan aquifer is an exhaustible renewable resource, meaning that with proper support, it can last us a long … Continued
Waste incineration was devised as a method for managing our waste while generating energy, but there are increasing concerns over its environmental and public health impacts.
The invasive giant African land snail is back in the state! Expanding past its original range in South Florida, this mollusk was spotted in Pasco County, north of Tampa. Read on to learn more about this species and what to do if you spot them!
What’s going on? Insects account for about 80% of animal life on Earth, but all around the world, their populations … Continued