More than 40 percent of insects are at risk of extinction within 100 years.
A study authored by 31 leading experts details all the ways we’re putting our closest relatives at risk.
If threatened species are going to survive climate change, so must the Endangered Species Act.
The US Fish and Wildlife Service announced on Monday it will begin a year-long evaluation of whether or not the insect should be placed under federal protection due to habitat loss, disease, and climate change.
Poachers, predators, tourists, and climate change are causing havoc for the iconic holiday animal, but conservationists say better habitat preservation strategies on the regional and national levels might help stem the loss.
Lions and tigers are even more beleaguered than you thought they were.