For the first time ever, there's video footage of narwhals using their long tusks in a hunt.
Multiple cities and even historical monuments have shut their lights in support for Earth Hour 2017. The campaign hopes to boost the support and clamor for the usage of renewable energy to fight climate change.
Siberian tigers and Amur leopards will get to prowl land 60 percent larger than the Yellowstone National Park.
A large chunk of the tiger population dies every year and countries aren't slowing the slaughter down.
The planet has been losing a vast number of animals in the last few decades. To be more specific, 58 percent of the global wildlife population have perished since 1970, according to the recently released Living Planet Report 2016.
Poaching is usually the reason why wildlife population, especially those that are of high market value, decreases exponentially. With their by-products demanded by consumers, or by being a potential pet, the animals are always in the light of danger. But this is not the case of snow leopards. Though partly correct, a recent study found out that what actually endangers snow leopards is the retaliation of nomad communities.
In their efforts to help save the environment, Apple has introduced Liam, their iPhone recycling robot. They also partnered with WWF to launch Apps for Earth.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization or Unesco is tasked to protect and preserve 229 Unesco heritage sites worldwide. However, according to a recent report by WWF, 114 out of 229 of these heritage sites are at risk due to irresponsible industrial activities.
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.
Amur tigers, the world's largest cats, are likely to go extinct in the near future as habitat loss and poaching devastate their populations; but one coalition of conservationists is quite literally in a race to save this endangered species.
Mexican officials from the World Wildlife Fund are expressing their optimism that the monarch butterfly population may soon rebound, as the deforestation of their wintering habitats is showing signs of having significantly slowed.
The bear named Daniza recently mauled a man who had been out searching for mushrooms. The bear had felt her cubs were threatened when she attacked, but Italian officials attempted a capture of the animal anyways, and it went horribly wrong.
Google has granted $5 million funds to World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to buy "drones" and use them to monitor endangered species such as rhinoceros and tigers in Africa and Asia.