There is no federal law against dismembering a dead body and selling the parts to any buyer, unless those parts are for transplant or from a Native American.
Seeing someone cut off a live shark's fins can make you rethink your dedication to eating swordfish.
Humans killed off the last of the thylacines. Could science bring them back?
The photo was posted on the YouTube channel "UFOmania – The Truth Is Out There," and got more than 2 million clicks with the warning: "The creature's shape is striking."
If you live in Berkeley, Oakland, Fremont, Hayward or anywhere nearby, be prepared.
The radiated tortoise is a popular pet in Asia, and some smuggle them out of Madagascar to meet demand.
Scientists have discovered hundreds of unidentified pink octopuses, and yes, that is the correct plural, at a hot undersea rock crack.
These items help us understand what happened at Galilee more than a thousand years ago.
Is Tony the Tiger helping or hurting real tigers?
The woman has been sentenced to three months in jail and has to pay back the money she scammed out of well-meaning donors.
The suspect was photographed at a PETA demonstration, but she doesn't appear to have any strong connection to animal rights or welfare organizations.