The Story’s Carol Jackson talks with lobster wholesaler Joe Ciaramitaro about the crustaceans he’s seen, including a monster lobster and one his workers dubbed the “Phantom of the Lobster.”
Helicopter pilot Carina Roselli faced enemy fire in Iraq. Recently, she returned as an environmental worker.
When illustrator James Gulliver Hancock moved to New York City in 2009, he started to get familiar with the city by illustrating its buildings. He has compiled his sketches in his new book.
In a patch of eastern Ecuador's Amazon rain forest, a researcher has been looking for treehopper insects that communicate using sound.
After he and his girlfriend were swarmed by fire ants one day, writer Justin Nobel set off to figure out how they got to the U.S. and why they’re spreading farther north each year.
As western forests continue to burn every summer, new technology is helping fight them. But Rick Cowell, a veteran firefighter, says the work has remained the same.
A whale washes up on the shore of Lubec, Maine, and people have different theories about the meaning of its arrival – and how to get rid of it.
Biologist Lynn Rogers has been putting radio collars on bears and feeding them for years in Ely, Minn. Now, town residents are trying to get the license for his scientific project revoked.
A whale singing at an unusual frequency roams the Pacific Ocean, calling out with the regularity of a metronome, but never hearing a response.
Mark Moffett, a biologist and photographer, traveled the world looking for animals and insects not usually thought of as plant pollinators.
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