You may not envy what dung beetles and carrion beetles dine on, but you live in a world that they help keep clean.
Normally elephants forage for food and migrate in daylight — which is when the poachers go after them.
A new law will soon prohibit dolphin shows, and therapy sessions and science experiments with the marine species, in Mexico's capital.
Decades after being driven to extinction in their homeland, Przewalski's horses are being reintroduced into Mongolia's desert and mountains.
He's "6 ft tall and 5,000 pounds if it matters."
The world's smallest porpoise species has been brought to the edge of extinction by illegal fishing in Mexico. And it's not even the porpoise itself that fishermen are after.
Would you buy wolf-friendly meat? That's one idea Carol Bogezi has to help cattle ranchers in Washington state learn to live with wolves.
This week, Oregon voters will decide Measure 100, which would ban the buying and selling of various illegal animal products. There is widespread support for the measure, but concern that a lack of funding means it promises more than it could deliver.
Police in central India are sticking glow-in-the-dark strips on the horns of stray cattle to prevent motorists from crashing into the animals as they wander across roads at night.
Vertebrates from humans to fish display a preference to be right- or left-dominant, even when they don't have hands.