The zookeepers kept mum about their birth to give the cubs some time to adjust and bond with the first-time mother, Kesari.
Two scientists from the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University have finally given a name to a mini eyeless catfish that was first caught nearly 40 years ago.
Despite this, it is known to have a strong magnetic sense because it is believed to have tiny chunks of magnetic iron.
Rat snakes are very rare and their chance of survival is greater when in captivity.
Just in time for the World Lion Day, the rare Asiatic Lions, Rana and Kanha, at the Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens have given birth to their first triplets ever.
Cats come and go as they please, but this particular species hasn't been spotted in around a decade. If not for the recent efforts of scientists in Abu Dhabi, the world could almost forget they ever existed.
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.
Scientists have spotted and documented a rare wolverine in the Sierra Nevada. The species was reported to have been wiped out in the early 1900s.
The pungent flowers native in Indonesia are also known as Amorphophallus titanum, which means "misshapen giant penis."
A rare Franciscana dolphin – just a baby – was the tragic victim of too much enthusiasm and even more ignorance from beach goers in Santa Terisita, Argentina.
Researchers have finally revealed what gave the extinct Pink-headed Duck its unique-colored plumage.
Researchers have developed a new way to successfully grow and reintroduce endangered ghost orchids to their native habitats. They hope their methods will help save these iconic flowers, which are often poached for their unusual beauty.
Using camera traps, researchers have learned a little more about elusive bush dogs and their distribution across Panama. This could ultimately help conservationists protect these "near-threatened" animals.
Two species of sea snakes previously thought to be extinct were recently spotted Off the coast Of Western Australia. Scientists from James Cook University suggest that there may still be time to save these species.