The foie gras industry is hit hard by the country's latest defense against the spread of the highly pathogenic H5N8 virus.
Rumors of the 307-million-year-old Tully monster's vertebrate ways were greatly exaggerated: A new study argues that the bizarre marine animal had no backbone.
All of the newly found frogs are nocturnal and four tiny ones sound just like insects.
The loss of about 25,000 elephants at Gabon's Minkébé National Park highlights how sanctuaries can inadvertently make animals easy targets to poachers.
A new system to identify the primates earns high scores for accuracy, offering the promise of better long-term tracking data to inform conservation strategies.
The legendary Wisdom, the world's oldest banded bird, has returned to her home base on Midway Atoll to raise another chick.
A new study compares traditional, ground-based bird surveys against unmanned aerial vehicles rigged with audio recorders.
A vibration message formerly understood to be a warning signal to the colony turns out to have another meaning as well.
Tigers, leopards and wild dogs are known to attack each other ferociously, but in parts of India the carnivores seem to be peacefully co-existing.
A battle is now underway between animal rights groups and the USDA over the federal agency's decision to remove animal welfare inspection reports from its website.