As many as 10,000 dogs may be slaughtered for food over the 10 days of the event.
Giant pandas have a sweet tooth, which explains why a baby giant panda at the National Zoo keeps craving a certain sweet food. Continue reading →
A remarkable collection of Jurassic Era fossils from China also includes salamanders with their gills preserved. Continue reading →
Undercover video footage shows workers cutting up the large dotted back fins of whale sharks.
The first ever public destruction of ivory in China aims to shed the country's image as a global hub for the illegal trade in African elephant tusks.
China, not Egypt, was likely where cats were first domesticated, with felines helping out farmers over 5,300 years ago. Continue reading →
A fossil nicknamed 'Forever Love' shows a copulating couple frozen in time since the Middle Jurassic. Continue reading →
Connecting protected areas and allowing tigers the corridors they need to roam could help rescue currently bottle-necked populations.