Ohio zoo sending “Harapan” to Indonesia in hopes he’ll mate and help save his species.
Australia’s decision to kill 2 million feral cats is the latest event in an epic battle among cat lovers, bird lovers, and even celebrities over cats and their impact on wildlife.
In an Indian park, where every rhino life counts toward keeping the species going, a baby is saved in a monsoon.
Surfing on whale sharks, riding a moose, and mugging with bears, smart phone users do some not-so-smart, dangerous, even cruel things.
From “threatened” to “endangered,” a change in US classification increases protections for captive chimpanzees here.
The only wild Asiatic lions in the world have survived, and now they have a chance to thrive.
You may not receive a gift from crows in return for feeding them, as one family reports they did, but the experts say it’s OK to share a snack with these smart, social birds.
When “Dutch” chimps living with “Scottish” chimps modify the way they call for apples, what does that tell us about human language?
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.
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.