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.
As part of a highly controversial program, the sharpshooters were called to remove the park's invasive population.
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.
Scientists have noticed significant ecological changes in the North Pacific near Alaska, including premature whales and slimmer seals, which they have linked to rising temperatures.
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.