Citing Endangered Species Act, humane group sues to keep chimps on US soil, and pushes for sanctuary placement.
Three Lion Cubs Boost Rwanda’s Restoration Effort
Conservationists hope for a continued baby boom among lions transferred from South Africa last year.
The civet’s urine shares a “major aroma compound” with a popular cinema snack.
New study focuses on high mortality rate of dolphin fetuses and babies in the wake of the massive 2010 Gulf spill.
Long considered dead, a great mellow bull reappears at Andrea Turkalo’s study site in the Dzanga Bai.
New study shows that brown skuas, already known to steal seal milk, also recognize and attack nest-invading humans.
With just 50 of their kind left, Asiatic cheetahs find an ally in legendary field biologist George Schaller.
Years of pressure in the wake of the documentary “Blackfish” result in new concession from the theme park.
The fighting spirit of a greater one-horned rhino, who was translocated days ago, illustrates what’s going right for the species.