Tiger experts contested the comments and said that habitat destruction is threatening the animals.
The butterflies now only survive in two isolated clusters and in very low numbers.
Park officials said about 70 condors live wild in Arizona and Utah.
Officials with the Philippine Eagle Foundation said this feeding technique helps keep the young bird from getting used to human presence.
The tiger, known as Collarwali, was famous throughout India and gave birth to almost 30 cubs during her lifetime.
The video captured the men carrying the big cat and labeled it a "talent" for "all the world" to see.
Big cat researcher Tara Pirie told Newsweek that with so few remaining, the loss of any individual will have a "substantial impact" on the species.
Recent heavy rainfall allowed coho salmon to navigate past culverts, which are often an obstacle, meaning they could make their way to the creeks for the first time in almost two decades.
The Malaysian government held a meeting following the incident to discuss solutions for saving the critically endangered species
The NOAA's 5-Year Status Review into Southern Resident killer whales shows no recovery of the species, with experts saying a catastrophic event could devastate the entire population.
Sumatran orangutan Menari gave birth to a healthy baby boy on Christmas Eve at New Orleans' Audubon Zoo but later experienced complications.
The pink handfish, Brachiopsilus dianthus, was last seen off the coast of Tasmania in 1999.
"These intentional killings of this endangered species is devastating to the recovery of this population," a NOAA statement said.
Sonic blasts used in undersea prospection would put the whales and dolphins, which are sound-sensitive cetaceans, at risk, Greenpeace said.
Officials with the Bronx Zoo say there may be less than 2,500 of these dragons living in the wild.
An endangered North Atlantic right whale with a 20-foot fishing rope in its mouth was seen with a newborn calf off the coast of Georgia on Thursday.
The critically endangered whale, dubbed Snow Cone, is one of just 70 breeding females left on Earth.
The first gray wolf to be documented in Southern California since the 1920s was found dead.
A U.S. appeals court ruled that the government's role is "assuring the right whales are protected from a critical risk of death."
The baby elephant is part of a group of about 700 wild Sumatran elephants left on the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
According to the World Wildlife Foundation, there are approximately 370 black-footed ferrets in the wild today.
TikTok video showing the black and white baby shark emerging has been viewed over four million times.
Annalisa Castagna said her husband could see himself being hunted so was forced to throw himself out of a window.
New England's North Atlantic right whale population has dropped significantly but researchers remain encouraged.
It will take continued environmental protection of the rare fish to restore its population to pre-1967 numbers, officials said.
Hunters can be paid between $500 and $2,500 per wolf depending on location in the state. The state has budgeted $200,000 for the program.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will conduct a year-long study to determine whether the American bumblebee may be placed on the endangered species list.
"When people care about something and we all come together to work on things great things can happen," said Mark Scott.
"This level of aggression was far beyond what we would expect with tiger introductions," said Dr. Karen Goodrowe.