"Light pollution" from artificial light in cities may affect the love lives of birds in the Viennese Forest, according to recent research.
Lush Cosmetics, already known for its natural products and opposition to animal testing, is now funding a project in Sabaha dedicated to end illegal poaching of the endangered Sunda pangolin.
Experts are worried that an unusual and invasive species of ant is moving across England, bullying out local species while threatening utilities with their unhealthy attraction to electricity.
Even the relatively minimal amount of radiation that was leaked during the Fukushima Daiichi power plant disaster in 2011 is having a big impact on wild monkeys in the region. A new study has shown that monkeys in the Fukushima, Japan area are suffering from blood anomalies linked to nuclear fall-out.
Species across the world are suffering losses as a result of Earth's changing climate, and possibly the only way to help them recover is via controversial methods, according to a new study.
Experts are proposing changes to shipping lanes off the coasts of Los Angeles and San Francisco, at least during summer and fall seasons, in order to reduce the number of whale deaths caused by collisions with large vessels.
Squirrels living in urban areas like New York City may fare just as well - if not better - than their country counterparts, according to a new study in the Journal of Zoology.
You definitely haven't seen bugs like these before. Sculptor Justin Gershenson-Gates has recently started crafting insects and arachnids with watch parts and various other odds and ends, creating some unique creatures that are remarkably similar to their living inspirations.
Crows, while they may look dimwitted, may in fact be resourceful problem solvers and smarter than the average first grader, a new study indicates.
As moose feed, their slobber may weaken the toxic defenses of certain grasses, displaying the power of drool, according to a report in the journal Biology Letters.
Researchers recently found that Maine's only native rabbit, the New England Cottontail, has been slowly disappearing over the past decade. Now experts are fighting to restore this endangered species' habitat, an action that they believe will keep the rabbits around for years to come.
Apparently humans aren't the only ones who can act jealous. Dogs can also be green with envy, according to a new study from the University of California, San Diego.
A Japanese-based Internet company is wanted by several international organizations for selling ivory products, seemingly backing the illegal poaching of African elephants, according to reports.
Hundreds of captive dolphins, part of Japan's annual dolphin hunt, are corralled into Taiji's Hatajiri Bay and forced into a cruel lifestyle that serves as a tourist attraction for visitors.