The hunting season will last nine days or until a total of 40 black bears have been killed.
The whale is alone, unusual for these social creatures, and could have strayed from its pod due to lack of food or poisoning.
There are thought to be fewer than 200 Arabian leopards left in the wild.
Keeper Andre Bauma paid tribute to Ndakasi, who rose to fame in a selfie published on Earth Day 2019. "She will be missed by all of us at Virunga," he said.
Coast guard was alerted after the huge animal was spotted lying limp on the boat's underside
There were no upward trends anywhere in country, the report said. The koala is fully extinct in 47 electorates. New South Wales had a 41 percent decline.
The population of Southern Resident killer whales who live off the waters of the northeastern portion of North America stands at 74 whales after the disappearance and presumed death of a male in the summer.
"I am happy to report that the beautiful calf snuggled up to mom and began nursing right away," said Disney's director of animal and science operations.
"The combination of possible dry lightning as well as strong winds with the dry fuels could lead to critical fire weather conditions," forecasters said.
His daughter said her child "lights up when she sees him on screen. I wish with all my heart that Dad could hug my beautiful girl."
Contractors discovered the snakes after they removed a ceiling cover only to find a snake's head.
The groups filed a notice of intent to sue the federal government over critical habitat areas for the species.
It's "a huge accomplishment for Wildlife Safari, but also for the entire zoo community and international tiger population," the zoo's carnivore supervisor said.
"This could be pretty devastating...We can't afford to lose [snakes] as a whole," one expert said in 2017.
Prior to the release of the 29 salamanders, they were fitted with microchips to help the scientists monitor their location.
Marcos Uzquiano is one of the subjects of new documentary "Tigre Gente" that casts light on the illegal trade of jaguar fangs in Bolivia.
The announcement from the Forest Service reverses a Trump-era decision to lift logging and road-building restrictions in the southeast Alaska rainforest.
It is estimated that there are only around 1,400 monks seals left living in the Hawaiian Islands.
A family of beavers has expanded after being introduced to wetland in southwest England—where the mammals were hunted to extinction centuries ago.
Gordon Hempton, aka the Sound Tracker, talks to Newsweek about the importance of silence as the world starts churning again, and his quest to preserve natural vanishing soundscapes from the Amazon Rainforest to the world's first urban quiet park in Taiwan.
Grizzly bears within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem are protected under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.
Scarface, described as the "rockstar of the Mara," died in Kenya's world-renowned Maasai Mara Game Reserve.
Staten Island has no known bear population, so the cub's sudden appearance has thrown both local authorities and residents for a loop.
"May his legend forever live on," the Mara Predator Conservation Programme in Kenya said.
A recent National Park Service report said the impacts of climate change mean "it will not be possible to safeguard all park resources, processes, assets, and values in their current form or context over the long term."
The huge female Nechako white sturgeon measures 9.6 feet in length.
The discovery of the abandoned shark's head and innards prompted an investigation by the Department of Conservation in New Zealand.
The conservationist and Animal Planet host is publishing a book about his run-ins with dangerous creatures—and people.
"It is not the outcome we wanted but human safety is our primary concern," Micah Holmes, assistant chief of communications for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, told Newsweek.