I was in the Alaskan Peninsula, shooting photos on the opposite river bank to my guide. There was a mom with one cub and a fairly big male bear nearby and all of a sudden, all three bears are going bananas and I'm literally triangulated right in the middle of them.
A 6-year-old boy was repeatedly bitten and held under water for around 10 minutes by a three-meter-long crocodile near El Palmar beach in Ixtapa, Mexico.
The clip—which was filmed over Father's Day weekend at Cape Henlopen State Park Beach—needs to be seen to be believed.
Teouna and Ken Thomas saw the large, creepy-crawly guest climbing up the window outside their house.
"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.
Female members from the Maasai community, Team Lioness, are defying the pandemic to protect wildlife and deter poachers at Amboseli National Park, a reserve at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro.
There's an easy way to tell if one is dead or alive.
"I was proud that I came out on top."
Kurt Duncan, 56, is facing 125 misdemeanor wildlife charges after a months-long investigation by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Back in 1979, I was looking for gibbons in Khao Yai National Park in Thailand. There in front of us, about 30 feet away, was a large tiger lying in the middle of the trail.
Bubbles, age 5, Maggie, age 7, and Berkley, age 8, from the Kansas City Zoo, went on a field trip to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is seeking to eradicate wild populations of Argentine black and white tegu it says has settled in Toombs and Tattnall counties.
The white-tailed eagle was last seen in 1780 and a long project has been successful in reintroducing them into the English wild.
The ornate eagle ray is wideley distributed across the Western Indo-Pacific but is naturally low in numbers and populations are declining.
The Lee County Sheriff's Office responded to a call after the animal was found in a pond behind a residence on Oak Hill Loop in Fort Myers.
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.
Goodall talks to Newsweek about the pandemic, her new documentary and the most important message she hopes her life's work leaves behind.
There have been both positive and negative impacts on wildlife during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
The absence of beachgoers offers turtles the chance to hatch without disturbance, while a lack of activity in the water enables adult turtles to mate closer to the shoreline.
A large canine was caught on camera in Normandy. Officials suspect it was a wolf but have not fully confirmed the sighting.
Kruger National Park, where the lions were spotted, has been closed to tourists since March 25, 2020.
Both the former vice president and the HBO host discussed the connections between climate change and the coronavirus Friday night.
An international team of researchers analyzed frozen tissue samples from 18 Malayan pangolins collected during anti-smuggling operations at Guangxi Customs in southern China.
A French photographer won the first Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2020 with a photograph of seals taken by drone.
Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is suspending tourism to protect the site's endangered gorilla population amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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.
More than a century ago, Darwin reasoned genera with more species would contain more variation within those species.
"The longer poor animal welfare practices continue, the greater the risk of zoonotic disease outbreaks becoming more frequent," said Alesia Soltanpanah of World Animal Protection, U.S.