After extensive camera trap surveys in key habitat failed to reveal a single fishing cat in Java, conservationists fear that the unique water-loving feline may be on the verge of extinction in Indonesia, if not already extirpated there. Read full report.
Just how a skunk came to be portrayed as a cartoon caricature of love and affection, we'll never know. As you can see from this battle with a big cat, these monochrome critters are actually decent fighters! Read full report.
Of all the vicious smiles to have ever evolved, it’s hard to beat the grin of the aptly named Smilodon. The largest of these Ice Age cats sported canines that were 11 inches long, with fine serrations giving the fangs even more of a cutting edge. Read full report.
For the first time, a United Nations report has recognized biodiversity and healthy ecosystems as essential to human rights. Read full report.
New population estimates for 2016 have revealed net population increases for the Florida panther, Florida manatee, and Mexican gray wolf since 2015. Read full report.
The 5,600-square-mile reserve along the Russian border will safeguard rare Amur leopards and Siberian Tigers. Read full report.
Living on a green belt in Coquitlam for 11 years, Paul Liversidge and his family are used to seeing wildlife in their backyard. Read full report.
Leopards may have roamed across Italy alongside Neanderthals, a new study finds. Read full report.
Two new mountain lion cubs have been discovered in an undeveloped portion of the Santa Susana Field Lab in the southern hills of Simi Valley. Read full report.
Since the start of the year, 131 leopards have died across the country. Of these, 40% were killed by poachers. Wildlife activists said that while conservation efforts were largely focused on tigers, other big cats also needed protection. Read full report.
- 1 of 93
- next ›