Climatic phenomena like El Niño events and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation are linked to the rise in toxic shellfish that can cause memory loss and rarely, death.
After a decade, millions of flowers bloom in California's Death Valley.
Scientists have warned that global bleaching is leading to the biggest coral reef die-off in history.
The World Meteorological Organization explains that El Niño has hit its peak and will fade out later this year.
Experts are worried that blacktip sharks are arriving later than usual at the Florida coasts.
Even though El Nino may be helping to reduce drought, pet owners face the influence of deadly mushrooms too.
Even though most of the country is in the clutches of rain and snow, the California sky and land is parched dry. Dealing with a drought of some sort, a recent study released by Carnegie Institution for Science has revealed what the drought is doing to the iconic forests of California.
Pacific Ocean’s unusual warming has led to some devastating consequences for the whales that use California waters for their migration purposes
This is perhaps the only time when a troublemaking weather condition like El Nino has a good side. In Chile’s Atacama Desert, one of the most arid deserts in the world, a pink blanket of flowers can be seen covering the entire area as a result of El Nino