So think twice before chucking them in the blue bin.
Zolushka, released in 2013, is believed to be the first rehabilitated Siberian tiger to give birth in the wild.
The 72-year-old died on Tuesday from severe hypothermia.
The environment ministry said it would appeal the ruling.
We are socializing the costs of fires by having the federal government bear the fire protection costs.
Power has shifted from those who believe people come first to those who view them as a scourge.
The Cincinnati Zoo is just awaiting final approval from U.S. Fish and Wildlife.
Russian tiger pelts, illegal caviar and bear bile fetch enormous prices abroad.
The state’s Department of Fish and Wildlife has attained video evidence of a family of wolves
The adorable, tiny turtles can carry deadly diseases, and grow up to outcompete native species.
The legacy of homesteading has created a curious kind of invasive species.
Rhinos were declared extinct in Zambia in 1998, ravaged by poachers. Today they are back and living in the wild once again.
The news has unsurprisingly prompted outrage from animal rights activists and critics across the world
Researchers will use tiny transmitters to track the movement of the giant African swallowtail.
There are more than 400 million fewer European birds now than there were 30 years ago.
An antidote to the sorrow of the Lonesome George saga.
Vultures make humans uneasy but a healthy population is crucial, yet under threat from new livestock drug