Invasive species spread around the globe with the help of human activities, such as global trade and transportation.
Any new children is an encouraging sign for the Cross River gorilla population living along the border between Nigeria and Cameroon.
"It is a conservation disaster—but it also has the potential to be a public health crisis," said conservationist Niall McCann.
An art restoration expert with decades of experience explains nalyzes what went wrong with a painting disfigured by furniture restorers in Spain.
"This research opportunity was brought about by the most tragic circumstances, but it is one we feel we cannot afford to miss," the authors of an article in the journal Nature Ecology & Evolution wrote.
"Reducing poverty does not have to create unavoidable environmental costs," said researcher Paul Ferraro.
"Mexico is still sitting on its hands while vaquita after vaquita dies in fishing nets," said Sarah Uhlemann from the Center for Biological Diversity,
Scientists recorded the video as part of research to conduct an accurate population survey of the animals that nest at the world's largest green turtle rookery.
"When humanity exterminates species of other creatures, it is sawing off the limb on which it is sitting, destroying working parts of our own life-support system," said biologist Paul Ehrlich.
The site was discovered by chance by scientists studying fossilized shark and ray teeth at three locations in South America.
The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife has seen a dramatic uptick in newly documented eagle nests this year.
Gorilla tourism brings much-needed revenue to conservation and communities in East Africa. With these elements at risk due to COVID-19, here's how travelers can support the local people, so they don't resort to poaching.
Bear is a 5-year-old rescue dog who has been trained to sniff out koalas as part of the ''Detection Dogs for Conservation" team at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
As work dries up, many owners are struggling to cover the costs of keeping an elephant. In some instances, animals have been set free to fend for themselves.
"With their neighbors inside, some hunters are spending quarantine targeting jaguars, pumas and ocelots," Esteban Payán from Panthera told Newsweek.
Goodall talks to Newsweek about the pandemic, her new documentary and the most important message she hopes her life's work leaves behind.
The footage is part of a project to track the health of Hawaii and Alaska's humpback whale population and understand why the number of sightings may be declining.
A vulnerable population of wolves living on Prince of Wales Island lost 97 percent of the population during the 2019-2020 trapping season.
Large herbivores dominated the Earth's land ecosystems for several million years before suffering significant extinctions and declines over the past 100,000 years or so.
Counts of Mexican gray wolves in the southwest reveals numbers have increased 24 percent year-on-year. Conservationists say this is good news, but more needs to be done to increase genetic diversity.
Find out how to help endangered species in the U.S., including the Florida Panther and the Loggerhead sea turtle.
Yellowstone bison have started their yearly migration out of Yellowstone. Park officials have said that 600 to 900 animals are due to be removed this winter.
Unama'ki has been in the Gulf of Mexico since October and now appears to be inching closer to the Florida coast. Researchers hope she will lead them to a new white shark nursery.
"The most interesting about bees is their communication," said entomologist Morgan Carr-Markell.
Police are offering a reward of up to $20,000 to anyone who shares information that leads to those responsible.
Earth's tropical forests are "time capsules" of human history stretching back hundreds of years.
The drug lord imported four hippos into the country, which were housed in his private zoo.
The duck-billed mammal is currently listed as Near-Threatened on the IUCN Red List.