Pink grasshoppers rarely make it to adulthood as the coloring, caused by a condition called erythrism, makes them easy targets for predators.
British photographer Sam Rowley took an award-winning photo of two subway mice fighting over a scrap of food.
Police are offering a reward of up to $20,000 to anyone who shares information that leads to those responsible.
Wombats on a beef farm in New South Wales have been reported helping local animals by burrowing into a water hole.
Divers tagged 19 adult olms then watched how much they moved over an eight year period.
Hundreds of frozen animal carcasses have been seized in a raid after Chinese authorities promise to crackdown on unregulated meat trade.
The monkey moved with the cub from branch to branch at Kruger National Park in South Africa this weekend.
After 17 years, researchers have managed to capture a gray seal clapping underwater. The behavior is thought to attract females and ward off competition.
Conservationists say they rediscovered a rare species of glass frog, the Bolivian Cochran frog, during a rescue mission in Carrasco National Park. The frog has not been seen in Bolivia for 18 years.
The development of farming and introduction of livestock during the Neolithic Revolution was an opportunity for the African wolf and boosted populations, suggests study.
Some chickens like to travel far. Others like to stick near the chicken coup. New research links a chicken's personality and ranging behavior to impulse control.
Around a million common murres are thought to have died from starvation after a 2015-16 heatwave ravaged their food supply.
The reports are unconfirmed but park officials have launched an investigation following eyewitness accounts and other evidence that "strongly suggests" a pack of wolves are living in Colorado.
Almost a decade after the nuclear disaster, wildlife photos show the site is becoming a hotbed of local wildlife.
Experts say the building of the 30 foot high border wall has depleted groundwater levels in Arizona, putting several endangered and threatened species at further risk of being wiped out.
Synevyr National Nature Park in southwest Ukraine have said bears in their care are struggling to hibernate during an abnormally warm December.
A clean-up mission is in full swing after an accident caused a container to crash down onto a barge containing diesel fuel, destabilizing the vessel and causing it to sink.
"The management and protection of private wetlands that is incentivized and funded by the sale of American alligator eggs and hides benefits [other] species as well," the state argued in its complaint.
Critics say that the traps "inhumanely and indiscriminately" kill thousands of animals every year, posing a danger to endangered species, domestic pets and even humans.
Although polychlorinated biphenyls are now banned, they continue to harm animals' health.
Wildlife officials say that the break-ins were unusual because there were no smelly items, such as food or trash, in the cars.
Researchers found concentrations of mercury among lions in coastal populations were three times as high as those in inland areas.
Researchers places bees in water and watch them do what is know as hydrofoiling.
"The lives of many people and the existence of diverse species hang in the balance," said an author of the study.
The report includes dozens of studies from across the world and highlights the widespread decline of insect populations.
A joint effort by the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, the Kentucky Division of Fish and Wildlife, and the U.S. Forest Service is scheduled to begin this month to eradicate the non-native feral hogs from the park.
James Dean was mauled by the wild pig during a routine call in Melbourne. As he was transferring the animal from a cage into a transport trap, the hog fought back and attempted to break free.
Although poor reproduction rates have been known to affect individual species in the past, this is the first time such low reproductive rates have been seen at every stage of the ecosystem.
Conservationist groups are offering a reward of €30,000 ($33,000) for information about the disappearance of Naya, the first wolf spotted in Belgium for over 100 years. The wolf and her cubs are feared to have been killed by hunters.