About 3,000 species of wildlife around the world have seen their numbers plummet far worse than previously thought, according to a World Wildlife Fun (WWF) report released Tuesday, and the environmental group blames humans for the drastic drop.
Wildlife conservationists are rejoicing over the new BP oil spill ruling announced Thursday, a disaster that impacted thousands of species in the area.
Scientists are using drones to survey endangered Hawaiian monk seals and other wildlife in Hawaii, officials said Tuesday.
Dams that have stood on the Elwha River on Washington's Olympic Peninsula for nearly a century are finally tumbling down, with the last slabs of concrete expected to fall this September, but demolition crews and scientists are already noticing nature reclaiming its territory, the Associated Press reported.
Public viewers were outraged after wildlife officials allowed nature to take its course, refusing to intervene as a baby eagle featured on a webcam died.
Switzerland's only recorded bear was shot dead by gamekeepers as it posed a major threat to humans, officials said Wednesday.
Cats in the United States kill billions of birds and small mammals every year, according to a new study.