Nadia, as seen on Animal Planet’s THE ZOO, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus and six other large cats have developed symptoms—all are expected to recover, according to zoo officials.
One-month-old chicks?join zoo's growing little penguin colony
Our world's oceans are continually challeged by pollution, overfishing, and climate change. This affects sharks just as much as it affects humans--if not more so. Read on to learn about some endangered sharks that need our help.
The San Diego Zoo is streaming some of their awesome animals-- LIVE!
The Georgia Aquarium is live streaming from some of their epic habitats!
A farmer happened upon one of the greatest fossil finds in Canada, which was recently announced by paleontologists to be, quite possibly, one of the oldest dino-finds in the country!
Since 1977, scientists have been monitoring leatherback turtle populations in order to help protect the species.
Here are five women who made it their life's mission to make the world a better place through environmental activism.
What is it about islands that makes scientists weak in the knees?
A look at 'rewilding' around the world. Resist by doing absolutely nothing.
Here's what we can we do on International Polar Bear Day to honor and protect the species.
Rising water temperatures all over the world are causing a multitude of problems for the planet. Recently, a spike in the ocean temperatures is suspected to have led to the death of one million seabirds.
It might be cold outside, but that doesn’t stop some of nature’s most beautiful wildlife from venturing out. In fact, there are a number of animals who are far more active during the winter months. Here's your guide on how and where to spot them. And don’t forget your binoculars.
World Pangolin Day is a yearly global celebration of pangolins and the people working to save them from extinction. This shy curious creature is the most trafficked animal in the world.
Paleontologists have now found and identified the fossilized remains of around 150 individual sharks from between 15 and 20 different species buried in the limestone layers of the cave.