If you’re interested in seeing a photograph of a startled looking jaguar, then look no further we’ve got you covered… An image of a jaguar captured by a camera trap … [Read full article]
Lowland tapirs are a rather strange looking, and large, herbivore native to the forest and grassland environments of many parts of South America. Owing to their large size and reliance … [Read full article]
The leopard in a dramatic new photo turns out to be the same one photographed by a camera trap nearly eight years ago. The photo shows a male leopard dragging … [Read full article]
The first study on manta rays to use satellite telemetry has just been released. The study tracks the long journeys of the giant, up-to-25-feet-wide manta ray. The manta ray, … [Read full article]
Good news from the Wildlife Conservation Society who has reported that a healthy population of snow leopards have been discovered living in the mountainous regions of Afghanistan’s Wakhan Corridor.
The world’s biggest cat, the tiger, is now living out its life in about six percent of the available habitat it could be living in. This according to a new … [Read full article]
One of the most severe and rapid coral bleaching and die-off events ever recorded happens as waters off the Indonesian coast spike to 93 degrees Fahrenheit.
The population of elephants in Zakouma National Park has been reduced by almost 2/3 in the last two years due to organized poaching for ivory. Only 1000 savannah elephants are … [Read full article]
[social_buttons]The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and the government of Cameroon have just created a new national park to preserve habitat for the Cross River gorilla, the world’s most endangered great … [Read full article]
Climate change could make it easier for some “deadly” diseases to be transmitted from animals to humans. Global Warming is not just about melting ice caps and rising temperatures. Scientists … [Read full article]