Geologists from Oregon State University and the University of North Carolina revealed new insights on studying the processes of land-based volcanoes in the annual American Geophysical Union fall meeting in San Francisco.
Abu Camp, the only facility that allows elephant back rides in the country, has been given orders to terminate its elephant back safari.
Scientists and spider experts are baffled with the pulsating membrane of the orb-weaver spider, which resembles blobs of ink dancing to a certain tempo.
An investigation from the Wildlife Justice Commission (WJC) revealed that large amounts of ivory, rhino horn, and tiger parts are offloaded through Facebook, among other social media sites.
Finally, animals will get instant treatment for free. Under the National Agriculture Development Project (NADP), two animal medical mobile ambulances have become operational with the help of the Veterinary University Training and Research Centre (VUTRC) in Trichy, India.
Known as the first city in the world to be awarded the UNESCO World Heritage Status in the urban cultural landscape category, Rio de Janeiro officially enters UN's list of world heritage sites after four years.
Wildlife endocrinologist and research professor Kathleen Hunt has pioneered new methods of analyzing the hormone levels of Baleen Whales.
The National Red Imported Fire ant Eradication Program has called the federal government to spend AU$380 million (US$283,746,000) over the next decade to wipe out the red fire ants that have wreaked havoc in the biggest cities of Australia such as Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth, among others.
The Bank of England has announced that it will be changing its polymer notes and is working on potential solutions after upsetting Vegans, vegetarians, and other animal advocates over their animal-fat-infused £5 bank note.
Pope Francis urged world leaders to push for the Paris Climate Change Pact, a plea that defies U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s call to end the battle of the U.S. against climate change.
Suffering a population decline of 30 percent in the past 25 years, African leopards may qualify the "endangered status" under the Endangered Species Act, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Tuesday.
Ripley's Aquarium's animals left behind the property due to the Gatlinburg Wildfire are safe and taken care of.
Researchers have found a way to turn nuclear waste into nuclear-powered batteries using diamond, providing longer battery life and clean energy.
Incidents of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) have increased across Europe and Asia.