The Taiwanese government, via a new amendment to its Animal Protection Act, will implement hefty fines and jail time for those who will be caught doing the gruesome crime.
China has 39 operational ocean theme parks, housing 491 cetaceans from 11 different species, and it's building 14 more parks.
China produces 5,000 tons of ejiao each year, requiring some 4 million donkey hides. The number excludes the people who obtain donkey hides illegally.
Most donkeys were stolen and they were treated poorly and killed inhumanely, most of the time, using hammer to beat them and knife to slit their throats.
The park will connect three provinces --- Gansu, Shaanxi and Sichuan --- to allow the pandas to move freely from one mountain to another and meet with prospective mates
Few days ago China officially released a notice, closing the first of its state-licensed ivory carving factories and retailers, as part of their "orderly process" to end the widespread poaching of elephants in Africa by the end of 2017 and protect their remaining population.
Recent surveys suggest that China's attraction to industrial robots may create a boom in the industry and begin replacing manufacturing laborers with that of automated machines.
Scientists have finally created a reprintable paper that when used with a special ink can be reused for more than 80 times.
Siberian tigers and Amur leopards will get to prowl land 60 percent larger than the Yellowstone National Park.
Graphene is at it again. Scientists appear to be able to create solar panels that can generate energy when it rains, completely being one step closer to changing the entire dynamic of solar energy.
Global climate change could worsen the severe air pollution in China, especially during winters.
China is developing a lunar spacecraft that's capable of carrying astronauts to the moon. Aside from that, their space agency is also working on a permanently crewed space station.
The fossils, which was labeled "archaic Homo," share combined features of Neanderthals, earlier eastern Eurasian humans and modern humans.
When people think of reptiles such as lizards and snakes, they know they are different from mammals because they lay eggs. Dinosaurs, also reptiles, are believed to be the same. But when scientists discovered a fossilized pregnant reptile, they are starting to question the trend.