There had been no verified wild wolf sighting in Denmark since 1812, until a male wolf (grey wolf) was spotted in the Jutland peninsula north of Germany in 2012.
The recent findings by the conservationists revealed 221 Indochinese tigers are estimated to remain in Thailand and Myanmar.
Giant automotive company, Toyota, created a non-automotive product that will hopefully appeal to the emotions of an aging, childless Japanese population: a baby robot.
Arguably the world's most trafficked animal, the cute and strange pangolin, has officially moved up to Appendix I of CITES, which states that all trades involving the animals in Appendix I are prohibited. This momentous decision is welcomed by different wildlife organizations as they have been supportive of pangolin's cause.
The birth rate in American teens hits all-time low, according to the recent report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, the center believes that too many American teens are still having babies.
A new study revealed that over 640 million people globally are considered to be obese, now outnumbering people who are considered to be underweight.
Researcher have for the first time explored the inner workings of Australian wombat warrens, or interconnected burrows, in hopes of understanding the rather elusive animals and their conservation status.
Among all bat species, African straw-colored fruit bats are record-holding flyers. This enables them to successfully forage for food, while spreading seeds and pollen over wide-spread areas of Africa.
Ants that called Europe their home 45 to 10 million years ago were actually more similar to modern-day ants now living in South East Asia than they are to their European cousins.
Sperm whales use a series of clicks to communicate within their clans. Similar to human cultures, there are many patterns, or dialects, of these clicks.
Land-sharing was found to be counterproductive for retaining biodiversity. A recent study suggests that leaving some land completely untouched, while increasing farming practice solely in other areas, will benefit the evolutionary diversity of bird species.
Inbreeding among Saltmarsh sparrows and Nelson's sparrows is creating a hybrid zone that is difficult for researchers to identify--and threatening the species with extinction.
Humans have been found to stray from the tradition food web hierarchy and hunt or fish at rates with which wildlife populations cannot keep up.
When wildlife experts discuss climate change, they usually are talking about the worrying decline of one species or another. This, however, isn't the case for European wild boars. New research has found that these pigs have enjoyed significant population growth starting more than three decades ago, and they have a warming world to thank for it.