The species of turtle is the smallest and most imperiled of all sea turtle species, Volusia County officials said.
The “murder hornets,” as the aggressive insects are known, can wipe out bee colonies within hours and have stingers long and powerful enough to puncture beekeeping suits, a report says.
Florida Highway Patrol troopers said they came across a “large” alligator taking a stroll in Collier County on Sunday, April 26.
In an April 18 Facebook post, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center said that its staff had discovered 79 leatherback and loggerhead turtle nests on a 9.5-mile stretch of beach that encompasses Juno Beach.
Hawks are dive-bombing people in Central Florida. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission say this is nesting season. Both the birds and their nests are protected under state law.
Recent cold snaps have proven dangerous for sea turtles. Staff at the Marine Science Center in Ponce Inlet have been busy caring for the animals.
Wild monkeys are multiplying across Florida. Scientists say there is a growing population of rhesus macaques in Silver Springs State Park, near Ocala.
A number of great white sharks are being tracked off of Florida's coast
Incredible video has surfaced of dozens of sharks swimming in the water of of New Smyrna Beach.
After locals tried and failed to trap an alligator in a Chicago lagoon last year, they called in an expert. Frank Robb, also known as "Alligator Robb," traveled from Florida to the Windy City to catch the 5 foot, 3 inch reptile named "Chance the Snapper."
A Florida diver got an up-close-and-personal view of a great white shark while off the South Florida coast.
Toxic toads have terrorized South Florida. Now the Bufo toad, which has proven to be deadly to pets, has made its way to Central Florida.
Officials estimated the total value of the fins to be worth between $700,000 and $1 million.
The woman who spotted the monkey in her backyard said that he has come back to pick oranges and that they have nicknamed him "Curious George."
More manatees are being hit by Florida boaters than ever before, but now conservationists are calling for action.
The National Weather Service routinely warns people about falling rain, snow and hail, but temperatures are dropping so low in South Florida the forecasters warned residents about falling iguanas.
While the air is a cool 40 to 50 degrees, the water is much warmer at 72 degrees, which keeps those manatees warm.
The FWC said that this particular fish is the oldest specimen of its kind that they’ve studied
The shark pinged off the coast of Cape Canaveral on Sunday and has traveled further south since.
Groups like the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Coral Restoration Foundation are teaming up to save seven iconic reefs up and down the Florida Keys.