illegal wildlife trade
One of the fully grown animals was discovered perched on top of its travel crate
The lion was rescued from a wealthy Chinese businessman’s villa in Cambodia.
The Festival of Lights is actually a dark time for the bird because of its status as Goddess Lakshmi's vehicle.
Chinese officials recently reversed a ban on the sale of tiger and rhino parts for medical or cultural use—a move that some say may accelerate the extinction of two critically endangered species.
A monumental agreement aims to curb the illegal cheetah trade by monitoring social media.
Dark web users are cool with drugs, not so cool with tiger cubs.
The tigers made famous in "Tinder selfies" trend may soon have their freedom.
Mexico, Haiti, and El Salvador top the list of Latin American countries exporting illegal wildlife and illegal animal products to the United States, according to an analysis of government data by conservationists.
In the most comprehensive report of its kind, conservationists reveal a multi-billion dollar online market in protected animals and illicit animal products, like ivory.