Following restoration efforts made to an island off the coast of Louisiana, United States, birds flew back to the coastal area, and an expansion of the territory is underway to welcome even more avian animals.
As part of conservation efforts made over the last three decades, sheepdogs are being trained to help a tiny endangered marsupial, native to the southeastern part of Australia, finally regain the mainland.
A substantial donation in the form of the world’s largest funnel-web spider has been made to an Australian zoo, and this addition to the park's arachnid collection will allow the team to improve a live-saving antivenom program.
A rare species of honeybee thought to have been completely eradicated by disease and invasive species has been found in the ancient woodlands of Blenheim Palace in Britain - and not only that, they're thriving, too!
According to a recent study, it turns out that London’s bees travel less to access nectar-rich flowers than those in the United Kingdom’s countryside, a surprising discovery that shows the floral abundance in the British metropolitan area.
Nepal is on its way to meeting a pledge to double its wild tiger population by 2022 from the 2010 numbers thanks to strong conservation measures and the help of the communities living close to the national park.
Believed to be critically endangered, if not extinct, the tentacled butterfly ray has been seen in Iran’s waters - now, preservation measures need to be put into place to save the species from extinction once and for all.
Considered the most endangered of all big cat subspecies, with only eight individuals believed to be living in China the 1990s, the Amur tiger population is finally on the rise, thanks to conservation efforts by the Russian and Chinese governments.
Expedia is the latest of many companies to stop selling tickets to “swim with dolphins” performances: the travel brand’s updated policy comes after five years of pressure from PETA and supporters, who urged the travel company to reject cruel wildlife practices.
The montane skink, a lizard species in Lumbo, Mozambique, was last spotted over a century ago and believed to be extinct — until a research project proved it was just very good at hiding, instead!