The most recent survey of the spotted fish that prefers walking to swimming raises alarms among conservationists.
The survival of the species now rests with around 100 rhinos in the wild in Indonesia and nine in captivity.
For the first time, researchers studied the impacts of highly concentrated salt on wood frogs across all stages of life.
Trophy hunting is popular among roughly 10 million Americans, who spend a lot of money to hunt big game. Given the danger of extinction so many species face, why is the practice still allowed?
The decision comes as a major victory for conservationists and was spurred by the recent killing of the now globally famous Cecil the Lion.
The Bengal tiger, Caspian tiger and several others could soon be history if a new way of thinking about conservation is adopted.
In Oslo, government agencies, private companies, and individuals are planting nectar-bearing flowers to give insects safe passage through the city.
SharkBase.org aims to get citizen scientists to upload sightings of sharks, even if they haven't seen them firsthand. Continue reading →
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