It is officially confirmed. The gray wolf accidentally killed by a hunter in Utah recently was from the rare Grand Canyon sighting, according to reports.
A low deer count in Ohio has caused multiple complaints among hunters who have consequently bagged far fewer animals this season, according to reports.
The biggest Florida black bear on record was unfortunately trapped and killed Sunday in a Longwood neighborhood by the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), bringing to light issues of human-animal conflict.
It seems there is indeed strength in numbers. When bats hunt at night, they rely on the sounds of their fellow flutterers to find their way to a meal, a behavior scientists like to call the "bag of chips effect," a new study says.
In Utah, a dinosaur "death trap" that holds the biggest fossil treasure trove ever found is revealing some secrets about a particular predatory species, suggesting that they hunted in pacts, according to new research.
The debate over wolf control and protection rages on the in the United States, even as recovering grey wolf populations continue to occasionally prey on farmers' livestock. Some have pressed for protections of the wolf to be cut so that hunting and trapping can keep these predators away from farm animals. However, a new study suggests that doing this may actually lead to more livestock deaths.
As part of a pre-approved event, gray wolves and others will be targeted as part of a five-year annual "killfest" in Salmon, Idaho set to begin next year, sparking controversy and outrage among conservationists.
Crocodiles may not seem all that sophisticated and intelligent, but they have learned to work in teams in order to hunt their prey, according to a new study.
The National Parks Service has tentatively approved a plan that will allow sharpshooters to kill more than 2,800 white-tailed deer at three Civil War battlefields in Maryland and Virginia over the next five years to curb damage to plants and trees, The Associated Press (AP) reported.
What's worse than one Tyrannosaurus rex? Three. Newly discovered T. Rex tracks show that three of these ancient predators stalked together across a mud flat in ancient Canada supposedly in search of prey, backing the theory that they hunted in packs, according to a new study.
Some animal rights activists are currently calling for CEO Mark Zuckerberg to pull down hunting enthusiast Kendall Jones's facebook page - a page that depicts the 19-year-old hunting and killing wild animals in Africa. Another petition wants the girl banned from the continent of Africa entirely. However, Kendall and her supporters claim the kills are part of legal and beneficial "green hunts" and are actually helping conservation of certain species.
Japan has caught and killed 30 minke whales in its first hunt despite the International Court Justice (ICJ) ruling earlier this year that specifically banned such practices.