Egg-laying mammal not seen in over 60 years is rediscovered in Indonesia
A team of scientists from Oxford University has rediscovered a long-lost mammal known as Attenborough’s long-beaked echidna (Zaglossus atten...
Humans almost went extinct about a million years ago, according to new Chinese study
The study found that approximately 98.7% of our human ancestors were lost during this population crash approximately 900,000 years ago
Recordings of elephant voices may be the key to saving Asian elephants
The technology utilizes the range of vocal sounds elephants make to communicate… in establishing an early warning system for local vil...
Video: Giant panda gives birth to twins in South Korea
The birth of the twin panda cubs has created a renewed opportunity to protect and preserve the giant panda species
Last known female Yangtze turtle dies in Vietnam, leaving the sacred species near extinction
A Yangtze giant softshell turtle, considered one of the world’s rarest reptiles, recently died in Vietnam, leaving its species on the ...
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Police investigating Chinese food vlogger who livestreamed herself eating an endangered baby shark
A Chinese food vlogger who livestreamed herself eating an endangered baby great white shark and shared the clip on social media is now bein...
7-ton haul of illegal animal parts worth $18 million seized by Malaysian authorities
Malaysian customs officials seized a haul of illegal animal parts, including rhino horns, elephant tusks, pangolin scales and tiger bones w...
Over 30 endangered sea turtles found with stab wounds to their necks on Japan beach
Okinawa Prefectural Police launched an animal cruelty investigation following the discovery of over 30 stabbed green sea turtles on a beach...
Video: Critically endangered sawfish weighing 550 lbs netted off India coast
A sawfish was found dead on the coast of Karnataka after accidentally getting caught in fishing nets.
Mangalore City shared photos of the ...
How one man repopulated San Francisco with a locally rare butterfly species by using his backyard
Tim Wong, a San Francisco aquatic biologist, helped repopulate his city with a locally rare butterfly species by breeding them in his b...
Giant Panda’s Sudden Death in Thai Zoo Sparks Anger in China
A giant panda on permanent loan to a zoo in Thailand since 2003 has unexpectedly passed away on Monday, sparking outrage in China where it o...
Japan’s ‘Sushi King’ Pays $3.1 Million for Endangered Bluefin Tuna
A Japanese sushi tycoon paid a whopping $3.1 million to take home a giant bluefin tuna from an auction in Tokyo on Saturday.
Chinese Mountain Cats in the Wild Caught on Video For the First Time
In a very rare moment, an infrared camera set up in Chindu County recently captured a small Chinese Mountain Cat family in the wild.
Wildlife Experts Reveal the Dark Side of Japan’s Obsession With Otters
Japan’s continued obsession with otters has left wildlife experts concerned about the future of the species.
The overwhelming demand from J...
China Seizes Biggest Shipment of the Most Trafficked Endangered Animal in The World
This is the pangolin.
Some species of this scaly mammal indigenous to Asia and Africa are already extinct. All the remaining eight pangolin ...
Chinese Farmer Arrested for Killing More Than 100 Endangered Toads For Dinner Party
A farmer from Hangzhou, China was arrested after police caught him hunting and killing more than 100 toads.
The 48-year-old farmer, surnamed...
China Arrests ‘Pangolin Princess’ Who Loves Eating Endangered Animals
A Chinese woman dubbed the “Pangolin Princess” for her appetite for endangered animals was arrested and now faces 10 years in prison after s...
Chinese Villagers Brutally Slaughter Endangered Sea Turtle For Food
An endangered giant sea turtle was brutally butchered and sold to villagers in China’s Guangdong Province.
The leatherback reptile sol...
Giant Pandas to Be Reconsidered for a Lower Risk Level as Their Population Increases in the Wild
Panda lovers rejoice!
The beloved giant panda is being considered for a lower vulnerable species status as their population in the wild inc...