African elephants can differentiate between human languages and move away from those considered a threat.
A 46,000-square-kilometer ray and shark fishery in Indonesia is now a protected area.
Wildlife attacks have been on the rise in some parts of the world.
An extremely elusive creature called a bay cat has been photographed in stunning detail in its native Borneo in Southeast Asia.
Food grows right on the bodies of sloths, which could be the world's best recyclers.
Without dramatic conservation efforts, three of the four West African lion populations could become extinct in the next five years.
Photographer Steve Winter has traveled to India, Sumatra, Myanmar and Thailand to photograph one of the most endangered big cats in the world.
The bay cat is seen in a camera trap photo slinking through a Borneo rainforest. Continue reading →
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