Natura Pet Products has expanded a voluntary recall of its dry pet foods due to potential salmonella contamination.
A mysterious and rapidly-spreading fungal disease called white nose syndrome has effectively wiped out Pennsylvania's second largest bat colony. Cave of 10,000 bats now only has 23.
The New England cottontail population is decreasing, with the rabbits losing about 86 percent of its natural habitat since the 1960s.
Honeybee deaths soared last year as nearly 50 percent of the population used in U.S. agriculture died inexplicably.
Researchers have learned new information about the Humboldt squid after attaching a camera to the elusive creature.
According to a new study, a certain species of leopards found in Western India has got so accustomed to living with people that its presence often goes undetected. Researchers found the big cat roaming near homes at night. The region has a surprisingly low number of animal attacks, despite having a high population of carnivorous animals.
Honeybee deaths are on the rise and researchers believe the 40-50 percent decline in population is due to pesticides. Honeybees have been dying in masses for several years, but this year the deaths have spiked even more, according to commercial beekeepers.
A 51-year-old zookeeper in Canada is expected to live after being attacked by a captive Siberian tiger Thursday at a zoo in Quebec.
Recently, Thailand authorities arrested a couple who were trying to smuggle 54 ploughshare tortoises and 21 radiated tortoises. However, it isn't the total number of tortoises that were snuggled that's making the news. It is the fact that the 54 ploughshare tortoises are among the of the just 400 ploughshare tortoises that are living in the world now, meaning that the duo attempted to smuggle 13 percent of the tortoise species in a suitcase.