"I'm surprised, of course. This is outside the usual range of the species," said Boris Worm, professor of marine biology at Dalhousie University in Halifax.
Winter came to Värmland, Tuesday, with six centimetres of snow falling on higher ground.
Instead of halibut, fisherman are increasingly catching less valuable Pacific cod, voracious bottom feeders whose numbers in recent years have exploded.
Despite recent rain, groundwater levels remain at near-record lows. Markku Rantti, head of the local village association, says some wells in the area only have about 20 cm of water at the bottom.
River otters (Lutra canadensis) observed in a lake that typically is home to beavers.
For the first time ever, Asian giant hornets have been discovered on Vancouver Island.
While there is no risk to human health, the species of moth can decimate forests
Summer seems like it was just yesterday.
Eighteen people have been flown out and other residents are on evacuation alert.
Various species can be spotted in different parts of the country till early October due to warm weather in the south.
62 pilot whales swam onto the shore at Ytra Lón on the Langanes peninsula, northeast Iceland, on Friday evening. All died.
Usually one of the most full flowing in Russia, the river tends to drop the level twice a year - but not by a catastrophic 2-2.5 meters as this year.
Reports of symptoms such as diarrhoea and vomiting are being investigated in South Ostrobothnia.
Norwegian authorities said up to 40 dogs had fallen ill with vomiting in at least 13 towns.
Scripps Oceanography says rapid heating was caused by fair, hot weather
A new marine heat wave spreading across a portion of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia resembles the infamous "blob" that disrupted marine life five years ago.
Steve Buyck and Elizabeth Blair were out for a drive near Stewart Crossing, Yukon, this week when they spotted what they thought was a weasel. It was actually a red squirrel — completely white.
In 2016, there was a documented Brown Pelican sighting in Port Renfrew, BC, and in 2018-2019 there were five others in Victoria, BC.
The puffling season is at its height and locals and visitors are busy helping lost baby puffins out to sea.
In a good season, Skinney’s langoustine catch can reach 250-300 tons. This summer, it was only 38.