With around 22,000 African elephants killed last year, what does the new agreement offer?
Articles tagged "animals"
New digital birding guides that include sound libraries are playing to an age-old law of the woods: Birding is as much about listening as it is looking.
They're cute, they're fuzzy, and their surprisingly deep, dulcet tones are key to gettin' it on.
Corporations are people, so why not chimpanzees?
Seeing a couple cubs out and about is a positive sign.
Two separate populations have been split into two distinct species.
Countries trapped six times more fish than they reported to the UN.
Seahorses are slow swimmers, so how do they eat?
Cops crouch in the bushes nearby with a remote controller and make the robodeer flick its tail, move its ears, and turn its head.
Among the confiscated products were health and beauty supplements from the US.
The US is making strides this week to fight against wildlife crime.
Even green projects have an impact on their surrounding environment.
There's a secret smell map on the winds, that thousands of virtual pigeons (at least) were able to follow.
Intel has led to high-level poaching arrests.
As long as humans are living on Galapagos, there will be invasive species living there.
China's growing disillusion with shark fins is likely to have an impact on shark populations.
It's a smart plan, but is it the panacea some have billed it to be?
Vintage, long-necked model. Some fossilization, but the skeleton's in great shape.
Still, it's not hard to sympathize.
Diseases that affect dogs can make the jump to one of Galapagos' most iconic species.
What will the internet do?