They’re colonies of tiny creatures that drift with the tides.
Anglers love to hate this slimy Texas fish, but its parental skills are unmatched.
If you try to kill it with a shovel, it’ll just split into two.
This bizarre species has a more potent sting than a Portuguese man-of-war.
Count yourself lucky if you catch a glimpse of this common but shy nocturnal mammal.
Favorable weather led to scads of the insects this spring. (And no, they don’t eat mosquitos.)
It’ll punch you with a tiny spear that has the force of a .22 rifle.
The blind, elusive Bone Cave harvestman was at the center of a right-wing attempt to weaken the Endangered Species Act.
Please Do Not Touch the “Toxic Toupee,” a.k.a. the “Mortal Mustache,” a.k.a. Texas’s Most Venomous Caterpillar
It’s furry and cute, but it can cause intense, throbbing pain for up to twelve hours!
Apocalyptic, Acid-Spewing Crazy Ants Invaded Texas. Now Scientists Have a “Silver Bullet” to Obliterate Them.
Even nastier than fire ants, the insects disable electronics and swarm over people and animals. UT researchers have found a pathogen that destroys them.
Yes, it has fearsome pincers and shoots acid when threatened. But it’s essentially harmless!