A rare Amur tiger named Cinderella, who was originally found in 2012 – orphaned and near death – in Russia has found her fairy tale ending.
Aggressive logging is threatening a new coffee tree species that was discovered in Cusuco National Park, Honduras, just two years ago. Now International Union for the Conservation of Nature is declaring it "critically endangered."
A newly launched search in Mexico's Sea of Cortez has reportedly found several vaquita marina porpoises, one of the most critically endangered animals in the world. This reassures conservationists that the vaquita isn't extinct yet. However, that doesn't mean the tiny animals are in good shape.
In efforts to save an endangered species and increase its genetic diversity, scientists recently reproduced black-footed ferrets using frozen sperm from about 20 years ago.
A dragonfly once thought to be extinct is now seeing reintroduction into the wilds of Illinois. And while that's great news for conservationists trying to preserve a natural beauty, it has become a thorn in the side of local water utility projects.
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has decided to put the brakes on a recovery program for one of the most endangered species of canine in all of North America, the red wolf. And while the Service assures us that this does not spell the end for the program entirely, it has done little to quell the ire of conservation groups.
Researchers have recently caught a rare glimpse of the Saharan cheetah, a critically endangered species that is reportedly in dire need of conservation efforts, according to new research.
In a race to preserve their kind, scientists whisked two newborn Mexican gray wolves from their mother via private jet to a new home at Indiana’s Mesker Park Zoo and Botanic Garden where they will be raised by foster wolf parents who have successfully raised pups before, according to the New York Post.