Nothing is pure anymore, not even photos of a naked guy chasing a wild pig who stole his laptop.
Today on International Tiger Day, environment minister Prakash Javadekar restated that India has 70 percent of the world’s tiger population. But not everyone’s convinced.
Scientists in Melbourne are urging people to turn off their lights and let the pigeons get some rest.
China’s latest efforts to protect the endangered mammal come on the heels of a study tentatively linking pangolins to the global COVID-19 outbreak. But wildlife conservationists say there’s still a long way to go.
The Chinese CDC said that the market was actually a “victim” of the coronavirus.
Australia's fire season has devastated native ecosystems, and it's probably going to be a while before displaced animals are able to survive on their own again.
It's hard to imagine the severity of the fires, so we compare them to more familiar incidents.
This included garbage bags, instant noodle packets, and even underwear.
The first two elephants are already on their way to a community forest.
More than 150 animals—including crocodiles, monkeys, and koalas—were ferried out of the Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary on Saturday night.
Two elephants survived, but experts say it will be hard for them to cope considering elephants rely strongly on their herds.
The devastation of the vast majority of the world's marine life is much closer than we think.