More than 100 dolphins were found dead in the Amazon River over the last week amid a severe drought and record-high water temperatures. The conditions in which the animals were found have ignited fears that the rising global temperatures may be passing the tolerance threshold for vulnerable species. The animal carcasses appeared at Lake Tefé, tributary of the Amazon River, alongside thousands of dead fish.
Tense Video Captures the Moment a Silverback Gorilla Pounds His Chest in Front of Wildlife Photographer
In the world of wildlife photography, getting the perfect shot comes with a lot of work and sacrifice.
White rhinos are among the many endangered species of animals facing extinction.
Parenting is hard—teething babies, never a moment alone, always hungry pups… These are the human-like struggles faced by gray wolf parents in Yellowstone National Park, where at least 108 wolves roam wild and free in their ancestral habitat. While raising wolf pups is not the same as human children, some of the similarities across the animal kingdom are shocking.
Austrian biologist Johannes Fritz has dedicated his career to helping northern bald ibises, also called Waldrapp.
Many people may be unfamiliar with the vaquita, a small porpoise that is the most petite marine mammal and only...
Human lives were not the only ones threatened by the Maui wildfires. Numerous animals, many of which are critically endangered, were put at great risk from the disaster. On August 8, the fire threatened to spread to the Maui Bird Conservation Center in Makawao, which houses some of the rarest species on the planet. Before the flames got too close, however, a zookeeper stepped up and demonstrated inspiring bravery.
Nature is constantly in flux, and climate issues are accelerating the pace of change.
Anyone who has gone through pregnancy knows that it's not an easy time. This doesn't apply to just humans either.
There are several endangered animals on the brink of extinction, but one species in Myanmar has renewed hope to make a comeback. The birth of 15 Burmese peacock softshell turtles in Indawgyi Lake is nothing short of a miracle. As a critically endangered species, every single one of these creatures is a bundle of hope.
Being in the right place at the right time can sometimes be a lifesaver.
There is only one albino panda known in the world, and recent video footage shows that it's alive and thriving.