Photo of the monstrous catch was posted on the Facebook page of Offshore Fishing New South. It shows the full size of the bull shark, which was hung upside down and toweing over a standing man.
Shark culling involved the use of baited drumlines. Once the shark gets into the trap, they will be shot or killed in other ways.
The park will connect three provinces --- Gansu, Shaanxi and Sichuan --- to allow the pandas to move freely from one mountain to another and meet with prospective mates
The recent findings by the conservationists revealed 221 Indochinese tigers are estimated to remain in Thailand and Myanmar.
Over 90 percemt of the rusty patched bumblebee population has been wiped out primarily due to disease, pesticide exposure, habitat loss and climate change. At present, they are only found in small, scattered populations in 13 states.
The legendary Skyros ponies, who have been running wild in Greece for 2,000 years and was even believed to have pulled Achilles’ chariot, is nearing extinction. The rare creature’s numbers have dwindled to 200 remaining individuals left on the planet.
Even in the scientific community, things aren’t so cut and dried. Debates over the ethics of changing the natural world have been getting louder due to the increasingly advanced techniques involved in gene drives. Gene drives are a type of study that ensures a certain trait is passed from parent to offspring.
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's founder and CEO Paul Watsons returned to U.S. after two years exile in France for his fight against illegal fishing of sharks.
A new assessment of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature has reclassified the two shark species as "endangered," and Bornean orangutans as "critically endangered."
For the first time in four decades, a Sumatran rhino was spotted in Kalimantan, in Indonesian Borneo, sparking hope for rhino conservation efforts in Indonesia and in the world.
Advanced solar-powered tracking devices allow researchers to follow previously hard-to-study animals as they feed, socialize or migrate. In turn, this data could be used to make better wildlife and habitat management decisions.
Rather than coming close to shore only to breed, James Cook University researchers found that female blacktip sharks remain in Cockle Bay, Australia, year-round with their young. This highlights the importance of conservation along coastal areas.
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.
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.