Six North American right whales have mysteriously turned up dead within the past few weeks and now conservationists are doing everything they can to find out why.
Computer models indicate that Emperor penguin migration strategies will not be able to overcome the melting of sea ice over the next 80 years.
Washington D.C is filled with spineless creatures. The one scientists found in an actual swamp is more interesting than anything in the halls of congress.
Ocean acidification, caused by the increase in carbon dioxide in our atmosphere, is killing ocean life and it must be stopped before it's too late.
Wildlife trafficking, worth an estimated $10 billion a year, is thought to be the third most valuable unlawful business in the world.
NOAA declares unusual mortality event due to a large number of dead humpback whales washing along the Atlantic coast.
The last of the species, Sudan, is on a mission to save his kind through Tinder.
The rare recording shows that the big mammals are picky eaters, and they won't consume the meal, unless its size is worth their effort.
Despite the recent sighting, the center clarified that the North Atlantic right whales are still critically endangered. The center encourages boaters to travel under 10 knots to avoid fatal collision.
China has 39 operational ocean theme parks, housing 491 cetaceans from 11 different species, and it's building 14 more parks.
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.
The zookeepers kept mum about their birth to give the cubs some time to adjust and bond with the first-time mother, Kesari.
The possum is the state's faunal emblem. It was previously listed by then-environment minister Greg Hunt as critically-endangered. Last year, it was found through a survey that the population of the possum in the protected forest has reached 1,500.
While the gentle sea cows have escaped their endangered status, they are still classified as threatened, which means that they are no longer thought to be in imminent danger of extinction.
The U.S. Department of the Interior has announced that the West Indian manatee has been delisted as a "threatened" species under the Endangered Species Act. However, animal groups are not happy, saying the decision may result to greater threats.