The United States Fish and Wildlife Service have recently released a Conservation Management Plan to prevent polar bears from becoming extinct.
China just announced a major turning point in the fight against illegal poaching -- banning ivory trading and processing by the end of March 2017.
Global cheetah population has dropped with just 7,100 left.
In yet another battle against a possible loss of a species, nature seems to be at the losing end once more. This time, with one of the world’s most iconic animals, the giraffes of Africa.
The eastern massasauga rattlesnake, the only venomous snake in Michigan, has recently been moved under federal protection in accordance with the Endangered Species Act.
Rapid urbanization, profit and empty malls are paving the way to set-up animal exhibits in Chinese shopping malls, leaving these exotic animals endemic in cold places are finding themselves out of place.
Help arrived earlier than expected, things are now back to normal for these Russian meteorologists.
A new study revealed that the North Atlantic right whales may face extinction due to the increasing numbers of entanglement and decrease birth rates.
The severity of elephant poaching in South Africa has escalated through the years, and this could still worsen. A new study reveals that it would take about a century, 90 years to be exact, for elephants to re-breed and overcome what they have lost.
When you're on vacation, never leave your animal rights awareness at home. A viral video from China shows an orangutan forced to dress up and ridiculed for selfies with tourists.
The dwindling population of so many endangered animals is heartbreaking, but new research revealed that things aren’t totally hopeless after all.
Feared that they were already gone extinct, Bactrian deer from Afghanistan made a surprising comeback.
Because of the high demand for the medium-sized breed, years of breeding has put their existence in jeopardy.
Just midway through the nesting season, the number of nesting loggerhead sea turtles has reached record high. Here are some guidelines on how to help save this endangered species.
Researchers from the University of Sydney have trained Australian monitor lizards to avoid eating deadly cane toads, by feeding them smaller, non-lethal ones. This could help save endangered lizards that have recently suffered catastrophic population declines, following poisonous toad invasions.