What was Earth like before humans dominated the planet? Ecologists are creating pristine spaces to find out.
The international body rolls out new initiatives to crack down on the animal parts network between Asia and Africa.
Whether buried in the sand or using camouflage colors, if a fish draws breath, a seal can find it, according to new research.
And it's not even that unusual a practice.
Wildlife experts in Chad are set to release nearly two-dozen scimitar-horned oryx, in the second installment of a reintroduction program.
Not all ants are workaholics. Strangely enough, it looks like that's a good thing.
The most comprehensive review of primate populations ever conducted finds that 60 percent of our closest biological relatives are threatened with extinction.
A new technique produces an adhesive surface that can be turned on and off with flashes of ultraviolet light.
The endangered insect's "hair" is actually a tuft of yellow scales and the moth is also unique for its peculiar genitalia.
Scientists pinpoint two spots in Kazakhstan that could support the extinct Caspian tiger's reintroduction, with a little help from a nearly identical subspecies.