The dwindling population of so many endangered animals is heartbreaking, but new research revealed that things aren’t totally hopeless after all.
PETA rejoiced after the National Aquarium in Baltimore announced that it will start freeing dolphins, moving them to a safe oceanside habitat where they can have the chance to live in their natural surroundings.
Feared that they were already gone extinct, Bactrian deer from Afghanistan made a surprising comeback.
In an attempt to demonstrate how coral bleaching is happening up close, Australian researchers have captured this phenomenon on video for the first time.
Scientists in California has stumbled upon a googly-eyed squid that looks like it's "fake" but is, in fact, very real.
As the intense heat and humidity in New York City worsens this week, cockroaches are planning an invasion, all thanks to a massive heat wave and climate change.
Despite PETA's concerns of animal rights awareness, Pokemon GO players are saving real-wildlife while playing the famous game.
The population of rare island foxes in California, after being in the brink of extinction, is now recovering at a rapid rate.
The deep sea is teeming with an endless array of strange and wonderful creatures, and scientists recently unearthed two distinct that light up the underworld with their glow-in-the-dark properties.
Next time you visit the pet store, think twice on buying dog food. Researchers reveal that what you're feeding your dog may greatly affect their fertility.
Born Free USA, a global leader in animal welfare and wildlife conservation, has spearheaded a campaign for fur donations to fight animal cruelty.
German-Afghan Simin Nadjafi Hinrichs makes her living taking care of, training and performing with the majestic creatures in Spain, and the best part about it is the love and affection is mutual.
Cats are known to be one of the moodiest animals. But there is no moodier than this cat from the deserts of Arabia, who disappeared 10 years ago. Get to know the most badass and mysterious sand cats of all: Arabian Sand Cats.
There are calls to lift NIH's restrictions on the controversial chimera studies. But are we ready for this most controversial study yet?
Scientists recently uncovered new fossils that supported the theory that the first animals that caused a mass extinction , according to a report from Phys Org. The findings revealed that the first animals or metazoans changed the environment so much that the earlier organisms Ediacarans ceased to exist.