A team of wildlife advocates succeeded in saving the life of a rare North Atlantic right whale who was severely entangled in a massive amount of fishing gear over the weekend.
Leather lovers need to be careful about that new jacket or pair of shoes, because reports say they could easily have been made out of the world's favorite pets. In 2014, an undercover investigator from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) found out that 100 to 200 dogs were killed daily to meet the leather export demands to the U.S.
It might sound strange, but there is a reason to celebrate the hatching of about 200 hundred hairy brown Montserrat tarantulas in Chester Zoo, U.K. The birth of this clutch marks the first time the species has been bred in captivity.
A new video from Japan shows tourists frolicking with friendly dolphins, a stark contrast to the widespread slaughter of the animal that happens annually during hunting season in Taiji, Japan
Efforts are being undertaken to get Manatees back in the Caribbean after being endangered. The Singapore Zoo recently released two young manatees to the island region as part of a repopulation project for the endangered sea cows led by the Guadeloupe National Park.
Grassland species that have already evolved to withstand higher levels of carbon dioxide grew poorly when transferred to a new environment with a different biodiversity make up.
The deep sea is teeming with an endless array of strange and wonderful creatures, and scientists recently unearthed two distinct that light up the underworld with their glow-in-the-dark properties.
That adorable pup might be your best friend, but you’re probably not his. A new research reveals that dogs mostly act out of self-interest, although they do exhibit helpful behavior as well.
A newly discovered but extinct bird species marks a change in Galapagos Island, resulting to a huge blow in the idyllic landscape.
Passengers of a ferry boat off Cape Cod immediately resuced an adorable dog spotted paddling in the water.
Cats come and go as they please, but this particular species hasn't been spotted in around a decade. If not for the recent efforts of scientists in Abu Dhabi, the world could almost forget they ever existed.
German-Afghan Simin Nadjafi Hinrichs makes her living taking care of, training and performing with the majestic creatures in Spain, and the best part about it is the love and affection is mutual.
Scientists recently uncovered new fossils that supported the theory that the first animals that caused a mass extinction , according to a report from Phys Org. The findings revealed that the first animals or metazoans changed the environment so much that the earlier organisms Ediacarans ceased to exist.