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.
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.
A zebra shark in Australia loses her mate and, after years alone, has more pups anyway.
An enormous reptile motors past onlookers at a Florida nature preserve.