Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals
Scientists say unseasonal rains could have caused the mass deaths of Kazakhstan's endangered saiga antelope
Frustrated by simplistic portrayals of poaching, photographer Benjamin Rutherford has documented the complex and violent trade in his new project, Nyama
En los mamíferos, muy probablemente la empatía se originó en el contexto de las relaciones que se establecen entre una madre y su descendencia.
Zimbabwe’s plan to sell its wildlife could hasten the decline of Africa’s endangered wild dogs
Sir David Attenborough's encounter with a family of mountain gorillas is one of the most iconic TV moments of his career so far. But what became of the other characters in those famous scenes?
Elephants – the “forest gardeners”- learn from their mothers how to find food, understand their complex forest home, and interact with other elephants.
Benito A. González, Chairperson of the IUCN SSC South American Camelid Specialist Group discusses cultural and criminal aspects of vicuña poaching in Latin America
Like many hunters, I dream of one day getting a grizzly bear. Yet I’ve passed up numerous opportunities to legally kill grizzlies, both in Alaska and Canada, where their numbers are plentiful.
A 66-year-old bespectacled Chinese woman may not be most people's idea of an ivory smuggling kingpin, but that's exactly what Tanzanian investigators say Yang Fengl
Across central Africa, militias have turned the savannah into killing fields