Lion's Gate Sanctuary in Colorado is in hot water after euthanizing all of its exotic animals --- three tigers, three lions and five bears.
Stoned dogs are more common -- and more dangerous - than you think.
Efforts in reducing food wastes have become an important campaign across the globe. This is to properly secure more food available for the people and reducing risks of accumulating waste. But a study tried to raise a different light to food waste reduction: if food wastes are largely reduced, what will happen to animals that depend on it?
A mother and daughter were arrested after dozens of cats living in their filthy minivan were found by police in Atlanta, Georgia.
A study conducted by researchers at the Duke University, Princeton University and the University of Notre Dame, reveals that baboons who suffer from stress at an early age, such as those brought by drought or the loss of mother, would grow to live shorter lives.
New findings on canine compulsive disorder (CCD) may help improve treatments and therapies for obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) in people, according to researchers from Tufts University.
Numerous injuries and bone infections were recently found on the fossil bones of a dinosaur known as Dilophosaurus wetherilli. Researchers say these health issues were probably painful and made it difficult for the animal to hunt.
At least 75 howler monkeys have been found dead in Nicaragua. This unusual mortality event follows two smaller events in Ecuador and Panama, which raises concern among scientists.
A record-breaking 6,250 manatees were recently counted during aerial surveys in Florida. While this is good news for the threatened animals, conservationists warn the population boom is likely a result of warmer waters, rather than a sign of recovery.
An injured Northern Gannet seabird recently underwent life-saving surgery at the South Florida Wildlife Center to remove a hook from its stomach and treat two bullet wounds. Doctors say the animal has a rough road to recovery ahead.
In an attempt to gather valuable shark conservation data that looks at reproduction rates and population growth, researchers from the University of North Florida have moved from common dissection to the less invasive, and maybe more interesting, method of non-lethal ultrasound.
A baby Western lowland gorilla was recently born at a U.K. Zoo after an emergency C-section performed by University of Bristol Professor David Cahill. The infant and its mother are receiving 24-hour care and are recovering well.
Bats have a remarkably strong immune system that helps protect them from deadly diseases like Ebola. Researchers suggest this unique ability could be adapted to improve human health.
An eight-year-old male giraffe was recently euthanized at the Houston Zoo in Texas after taking what zookeepers call a "significant fall." After several hours, zookeepers were unable to get the giraffe back on his feet, which indicates he would not be able stand and therefore to recover from the injury.