In India, conservationists truck orphaned rhinos from a rhino-rich park to one with a rhino deficit.
Tail Or No Tail, This Tigress Is Thriving
New trail video reveals another milestone for rehabilitated Amur tiger Zolushka: her second litter in the wild.
We knew that the once-orphaned Svetlaya had given birth to at least one cub. New images show there are three.
The Trump administration is reversing an Obama-era ban regarding the importation of so-called elephant trophies from two African countries to the U.S.
In the Gulf of Thailand, Bryde’s whales sometimes skip the lunging, and just open wide.
“Keeping beloved pets safe gives people hope when they’ve lost everything else.”
For just a few minutes on Monday, there will be a total eclipse visible in regions across the globe. But as sky-watchers look up, what will animals be doing below?
Following Zolushka, Svetlaya becomes the second rehabbed and released Amur tiger to give birth in the wild.
Crow thanatology isn’t a bummer for researcher Kaeli Swift—that’s because the Cheeto-munching, sunbathing birds make sure of it.
Why conservationists like Paula Kahumbu say naming wild animals makes sense.
Five major wildlife groups, working together, today filed a legal petition with the US government to provide endangered species status for giraffes, who have been quietly vanishing from their African habitat in extraordinary numbers.