Activists are demanding for improvements in the management of Indonesia’s “zoo of death” following deaths of several animals.
A plan to open a $20 million dolphin park in the Arizona desert this July has sparked an ire among environmentalists
Poaching is one of the greatest threats in the conservation of wildlife, and even patrol rangers' extreme efforts are not enough to completely fend off poachers, especially in very large protected areas.
Bringing a spark of hope to wildlife conservation groups, is the increasing number of tigers in the wild after 100 years, as reported by WWF.
An orphaned Sunda pangolin in Singapore has proven to be quite the fighter after it was found weakly wandering alone this February on a road in the city-state.
The world of animals is so huge that we can't keep a track of the animals we know exist. However, there are many animals about which we are aware.
Human beings are not only the casualties of war in the long drawn-out civil war in Congo. The unrest has also adversely impacted the population of the world's largest ape, the Grauer's gorilla, pushing them to the brink of distinction.
More than 120 Morelet's crocodiles were found dead after suffocating and crushing one another while traveling to a wildlife facility in Mexico.
Illegal trafficking and poaching of rhinos, elephants and pangolins, and others in South Africa were the topics in a recent talk by a Wild Tomorrow Fund ecologist, at Audubon Greenwich, in Connecticut. Researchers say there is hope despite a seemingly grim future for the animals.
Researchers have noted that the removal of some dams has helped songbirds and other wildlife rebound faster than expected.
Global salt marsh erosion is largely driven by regular weather patterns, rather than the occasional violent storm.
A fungal disease known as rapid ohia death has killed hundreds of thousands of Hawaii's iconic, native ohia lehua trees. Researchers have teamed up to create a treatment to prevent this deadly disease from spreading further across the state.
Moose and snowshoe hares have taken a liking to the increased shrubery growth along Alaska's North Slope.
Wild animals living within the Ruaha National Park, located in Central Tanzania, routinely dig watering holes to beat the heat during the dry season.