Alixandra Caole Vila
WATCH: Secret Feeding Habits of Whales in Antartica Revealed
The data captured by the cameras will not only help scientists understand the whale's feeding patterns, social habits and role in the Antarctic ecosystem, but as well as help them determine how any change in krill populations affect them. By understanding these, they will be able to come up with measures to help them survive.
First Rhino Poaching in 3 Years: Rare One-Horned Rhino in Nepal Brutally Shot at Chitwan National Park
The male rhino was shot in the head and left to die after poachers gouged its horn.
Killer Whales Bred for Captivity: China's First Orca Breeding Facility Highlights Country's Need for Animal Welfare Law
China has 39 operational ocean theme parks, housing 491 cetaceans from 11 different species, and it's building 14 more parks.
Donald Trump's War on Wildlife: Trump Lifts Ban on Shooting Hibernating Bears, Trapping Resting Wolves, Other Wildlife Protection Laws
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.
Doomed Rhinos: South Africa Legalizes Rhino Horn Sale, Court Ruling Rejects Appeal to Keep Trade Ban
The court's recent decision to overturn the moratorium will let the trade commence as soon as the legislation is final.
WATCH: Rare Clip of Elusive Deep Sea Giant -- Seven-Armed Octopus Devouring Helpless Jellyfish
H. atlanticus is commonly referred to as a "seven-armed" octopus. In the last 27 years, there have only been 3 sightings of this mysterious octopus.
Yuck! Dead 'Decomposing' Bat Found Inside Florida Walmart's Packed Salad
The unnamed customers have already eaten some of the salad when they noticed the dead bat.
Are Mountain Lions More Dangerous Than Humans? California Residents Startled by Large Feline Sightings
Despite numerous sightings, California Wildlife noted that mountain lion attacks on people are extremely rare. Since 1986, there have only been 14 human attacks and three of which were fatal.
From Bangkok to UK: 6-Inch Exotic Monitor Lizard Sneaks Into Traveler's Suitcase
The unsuspecting tourist found the reptile in his luggage as he was unpacking. Fortunately, the kind tourist reported the incident to authorities concerned.
Man Fined for Letting His 'Pet' Snake Slither Without Leash at a Park
A man ended up paying more than a hundred dollar for letting his pet roam "freely" at a park.
Are Neonicotinoids Killing You? Traces Of Potentially Deadly Pesticides Found in US Drinking Water
A study conducted by researchers from the University of Iowa and the U.S. Geological Survey has found traces of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, for the first time, in US' drinking water.
Killing for 'Medicine': Rise in China's Demand for Donkey Skin Threatens Local Livelihood
China produces 5,000 tons of ejiao each year, requiring some 4 million donkey hides. The number excludes the people who obtain donkey hides illegally.
Have You Seen Him? Search Ongoing for Gray Whale Entangled in a Metal Frame
The metal frame with "lines" was lodged on the gray whale's head and it appeared unsettled as it was swimming along Californi'as coast.
Australia's Rare Red Panda Triplets Make First Public Appearance at Symbio Wildlife Park
The zookeepers kept mum about their birth to give the cubs some time to adjust and bond with the first-time mother, Kesari.