The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) is hailing the hatching of the first Florida grasshopper sparrow chicks in captivity.
With only 97 left in the wild, every new birth counts for the critically endangered species.
With just 100 believed to exist in the world, the birth of a female calf has conservationists overjoyed.
Legalized hunting does not curb poaching, as often thought, but instead increases it, concludes new research.
Natural antibodies already present in the animals could hold the key to their survival.
The first-ever comprehensive analysis of the big cat paints a grim picture.
Without cooking or eating anything unusual, a shaggy endangered animal has managed to produce the same smell of hot buttered popcorn.
The new tally represents the first time the number of endangered cats has gone up since 1900, when there were 100,000 tigers.
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