A tiny young elephant who was orphaned in Kenya and a baby gorilla trapped in a snare in DRC are both healthy and safe today thanks to two frontline conservation groups.
Not only do these turtles vocalize, according to a new study reported in the journal Herpetologica, it turns out they have some important things to say to one another.
They crunch bones like popcorn. The females sport pseudo-penises. And the people who study these animals just adore them. A tour of the hidden life of the spotted hyena.
The most illegally traded mammal in the world might just be one you’ve never heard of. Pangolins, often called scaly anteaters, are no match against humans wanting to harm them.
For Alan Rabinowitz, the concept of the “battle to save wild cats” is growing less and less metaphorical by the minute. He says it’s a global “counter terrorism” campaign.
Nature photojournalist Nick Jans tells the magical story of Romeo, a gregarious wild wolf who lived at the outskirts of Juneau, Alaska, casting his spell over dogs and people alike.
Critter cams can add data to the scientific literature, make citizen scientists out of lots of armchair naturalists, and may help keep endangered species safe from poachers.
Hatchling, nestling, fledgling? An expert and simple guide for determining if the bird you find in your yard needs your intervention.