As if we need more reason to love dogs, they've taken to helping fellow animals evade poachers worldwide.
The male rhino was shot in the head and left to die after poachers gouged its horn.
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 fallen woman, who was not identified, died after the tusk of an elephant entered her lower back and went through her chest.
The recent findings by the conservationists revealed 221 Indochinese tigers are estimated to remain in Thailand and Myanmar.
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.
Indochinese tigers are struggling to survive worldwide, but a glimmer of hope comes from Thailand where a new population was recently captured on camera.
There are only 25 remaining giant tusker elephants in the world; 15 are in Africa. With Satao II gone, the number has gone down.
A shocking hostage and killing incident at the Thula Thula Rhino Orphanage in South Africa has prompted worldwide outrage.
Over 25,000 of Gabon's forest elephants have disappeared in the last ten years.
Animal conservationists around the globe are lauding the efforts of Kyrgyzstan President Almazbek Atambayev to save the snow leopards dwelling in the mountainous regions of the former Soviet-controlled nation.
To escape death from ivory poachers and legal hunters, massive numbers of elephants are flocking Chobe National Park, Botswana.
Researchers discover just how widespread poaching still is as they found that most ivory in the black market come from elephants killed less than three years ago.
Wildlife killings are not new, but a recent study has taken a deeper view in understanding why people still kill animals. Specifically focusing on the declining population of the Bangladesh tigers, the study highlighted the typologies of tiger killers, shedding a better light to manipulate their behaviors and decrease the killing spree.