Poland’s Wroclaw Zoo welcomed the very first female Indian rhinoceros birth in the zoo's 155-year history, giving hope for the survival of the endangered species.
According to a recent report, a sustainable farming system in the United Kingdom could be achieved with the help of beef herds, thus producing healthy and environmentally sustainable food in enough quantity while tackling the climate crisis.
A potential female mate to the Swinhoe’s softshell turtle, the second known living member of the world’s most endangered turtle species, has been found in Vietnam, giving the animal a fair fighting chance of survival.
Thanks to improved genetic analysis, scientists have discovered a new pocket-sized species: Jonah’s mouse lemur.
Albatrosses are now equipped with sensors to spy on fishing boats, thus helping the authorities to get rid of illegal fisheries in the south of the Indian Ocean where a quarter of the vessels operate illegally.
After a 30 hours flight and 10,000 km, two beluga whales have reached their new home off the coast of Iceland where they can live in open sea for the first time after a decade of captivity.
The year 2020 brought its share of difficulties and heartache, but our planet’s biodiversity came out on top as conservation efforts paid off: hundreds of new species have been discovered.
Following an exhaustive sterilization program, the Netherlands becomes the first country ever to eradicate dog homelessness.
A reforested hill on the outskirts of Bogotá has been converted into a hummingbird sanctuary where the citizens of Colombia’s capital can step away from noise and stress.
An overpass dedicated to help Utah’s wildlife animals safely cross a busy six-lane highway was built two years ago, and it is now widely used by dozens of species. Among them are deer, moose and elk - as well as predators and small mammals!