Conservationists are cheering the birth of a little white rhino whose mother, Thandi, recovered from a brutal attack by poachers. In the war to save rhinos, every survivor counts.
New Panda Count Brings Cheers And Debate
A new panda census from the Chinese government has the World Wildlife Fund celebrating, while some experts even wonder if the bears are no longer "endangered."
When “Dutch” chimps living with “Scottish” chimps modify the way they call for apples, what does that tell us about human language?
A terrific bird cam to check out from Cornell Lab of Ornithology: A great horned owl mom with a baby and a potential baby (otherwise known as an egg) on the nest in Georgia.
Great tiger news this month as one fierce test-case orphan makes it on her own in the Russian Far East, and the big cat census is on the rise in India.
The brain connections of hibernating mammals are hurt as they go to sleep, but repaired as they wake. And the protein responsible could help people.
Through veterinary forensics, dogs and cats help crack horrific crimes, including murder and rape, by doing nothing more than shedding, drooling, urinating, defecating or bleeding.