Score one for Kermit. The government has decided to maybe not let developers destroy all of the western chorus frog's habitat.
The 17-year-old jaguar escaped its handlers after the event, prompting soldiers to shoot and kill the animal.
Thanks to rampant poaching, Jamaica's crocodiles are facing extinction—but not if Lawrence Henriques has anything to say about it.
In a judgement released Thursday, the court ruled that only penetrative sex with animals is a crime, not oral sex.
"The thing that shocked us the most was the smell. He smelled amazing."
He doesn't know what to do.
This morning, Trump donates millions to vets charities after the press questions him, ISIS launches a counter-attack against Iraqi forces in Fallujah, the US has wasted billions battling the cocaine trade, and more.
The gorilla Harambe was shot by Cincinnati Zoo workers after a small boy fell into his enclosure, but a professor says the silver lining is that his body could be valuable for research purposes.
Shark attacks are really just "love taps."
"He was a lovely kangaroo until he did what he did," said the South Australian woman.
Man, can you imagine? Literally.
There are no longer any horse slaughterhouses in the United States, but it's still legal for Americans to buy horses and ship them to other countries to be processed as meat.
It took a park ranger, a team of three beekeepers, and a few fearless members of the public to corral the bees into boxes and try to free the queen.
Franco Luis Ferrada survived his alleged suicide attempt, but now two lions are dead.
It's an aquarium for humans.
He also tore spark plugs out of his boat and pelted the crocs with them.
Oh no we are out of carrots oh no oh no oh no.
The Morris Animal Inn includes a heated indoor pool, a gym equipped with canine treadmills, and chef-prepared treats.
In this short piece of fiction from one of America's most prolific writers, we head out on a drive with a family who finds three kittens on the side of the road.
This little Siamese cat is 30, which is longer than I hope to live for.
A new documentary, Angry Inuk, points out the irony of progressives attacking a long-standing indigenous practice.
An anonymous former employee claims that the cats were mistreated, stressed, and malnourished.
The use of kambo—the poison of a bright green frog—is on the rise as an alternative treatment for depression and drug dependency. But does it actually work?
Gators—they're just like us.