It’s rare that we get to witness the birth of a wild animal; but thanks to the Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary, we can now watch the miracle of life as a white rhino named Olive birthed a male calf.
A new assessment from the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has recently surprised conservationists.
The monarch butterfly's iconic orange and black wings are a summer staple in North America.
The fin whale might be a bright spot in an ocean of foreboding changes in ecosystems. The species was heavily hunted in the 20th century whaling boom. In the Southern Hemisphere, their numbers sunk to endangered levels. However, the world's second largest whale is making an encouraging comeback in the Antarctic region.
Last Known Member of Giant Tortoise Species Thought To Be Extinct Is Discovered on Galápagos Islands
In 1906, researchers from the California Academy of Sciences captured (and stuffed) a giant tortoise.
The Galápagos giant tortoise (Chelonoidis niger) is an incredible species.
This spring, the San Diego Zoo celebrated another milestone in their wildlife conservation efforts with the birth of a healthy male golden takin. This young calf belongs to a species of ruminant sheep-like mammals native to the Himalayan mammals and is the first male of its kind to be born in the western hemisphere. “The tiny takin tot has a name! Meet Jin Tong (pronounced jean tone)
The California condor—Gymnogyps californianus—was once king of the Western skies.
Bears are often overlooked among the dwindling animal species of our planet.
It's hard enough for a skilled photographer to convince an animal to strike a pose, so it doing so on its own is incredible luck. And if it weren't for a trail cam at the non-profit Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) in South Salem, New York, we might have never seen this striking image.
Native to the southeastern United States, the red wolf has been an endangered species since 1967. Since the 1970s, the U.S.
In 2013, Sascha Fonseca turned his fascination with animals into a career.