The deputy was trying to drive the bear and his three cubs away from the homes in Inclined Village. However, he accidentally fired a live round instead of a rubber bullet.
As cited by IFL Science, France currently has four dolphinariums. Marineland, in Antibes, has four orcas that are used for displays, and 13 bottlenose dolphins, which customers can "meet," for €70 per person and €5 for any accompanying person. The park also holds sharks and sea lions in captivity.
The serenity of nature may be disappearing.
Despite the warning signs, Chua was photographed peering through his lens past the rope barrier that separates the barred area from where tourists should be. He was also reportedly carrying a bag full of mealworms, which he used to bait the birds.
As per the report of Times of India, at least 117 kilograms of blue bull meat, animal skin, ivory, five skulls of deer, horns of sambar deer, antlers of antelope and black buck, and 40 guns have been recovered from Devindra Kumar's warehouse.
A massive female porbeagle shark, believed to be the biggest ever caught was reeled in at Hartland Point in Devon.
Scott Van Zyl, a notorious wildlife hunter was confirmed to have been eaten by crocodiles that ironically were his targets during a hunting expedition.
The 6-foot-long python was seized during a raid of a methamphetamine lab in Australia. It had apparently absorbed drug fumes through its skin and has developed addiction to it.
China has 39 operational ocean theme parks, housing 491 cetaceans from 11 different species, and it's building 14 more parks.
The signed measure allows hunters to shoot hibernating bears, set up traps when wolves are resting with their cubs and use aircraft to track and kill wildlife refuges.
The report showed horrifying conditions of the animals. They found dolphins with badly damaged skin and elephants which were being kept in cruel conditions, mentioning that they were heavily chained and were forced to engage in activities that were not natural for them.
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.