Life can endure in the unlikeliest of places.
Scientists from the University of Exeter are looking into the potential impact of the light-emitting diodes (LED) street lighting on the environment and wildlife.
China just announced a major turning point in the fight against illegal poaching -- banning ivory trading and processing by the end of March 2017.
Three critically endangered Hawaiian crows found dead at the Pu'u Maka'ala Natural Area Reserve less than two weeks after they are reintroduced into the wild.
A new study led by Colorado State University (CSU) and Wildlife Conservation Society revealed that outdoor recreation activities in protected areas can do more harm than benefit in wildlife living in the area.
Dubbed as the "Western Pacific Biotwan,”scientists Oregon State University’s Hatfield Marine Science Center have recorded a remarkable sound coming from Mariana Trench Marine National Monument the deepest known part of the Earth’s oceans.
The Duke of Cambridge delivered a speech at an international convention in Vietnam, and he highlighted the need to end the worrying increase of animals being poached up to this day and age.
A new study reveals that human-induced climate change, which results in temperature changes worldwide, have drastically affected the genes and ecosystems of lifeforms on Earth.
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.
According to a UC Davis study, collisions involving vehicles and wildlife in California highways have reached over $200 million in costs per year.
The oil spill at Louisiana’s Bay Long continues with coast guards having recovered more than 6,000 gallons of oily water. Apart from oily water, workers have also captured and treated more than 200 birds caught in the oil spill.
Reforestation program in China have good sides, but there are still things to consider especially when it comes to the biodiversity and the existing wildlife.
Even in the scientific community, things aren’t so cut and dried. Debates over the ethics of changing the natural world have been getting louder due to the increasingly advanced techniques involved in gene drives. Gene drives are a type of study that ensures a certain trait is passed from parent to offspring.
Cool and systematic inventions are created to protect wildlife.