The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service confirmed Wednesday that an Obama-era ban on elephant-hunting trophies from Zimbabwe and Zambia will be reversed.
Several dogs tested positive for a banned drug for the first time, but the person responsible may not get punished.
For the sale of every animal that is not a rescue, pet stores will be fined $500.
Decades after tigers in Kazakhstan died out, the government is planning on bringing them back to their natural habitat.
Environmental groups want Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to put Yellowstone grizzly bears back on the endangered species list.
The Obama administration set up a conservation plan for the sage grouse in 2015. Now, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is relaxing those protections.
Ravens appear to have cognitive skills we've only seen in humans and chimpanzees until now.
The Bureau of Land Management currently cares for about 46,000 wild horses and burros in corrals and pastures.
In a major victory for animal activists, authorities have reportedly banned the sale of dog meat at China's annual dog meat festival in Yulin.
Lua was born in March.
Takara the killer whale was already pregnant when SeaWorld announced it would stop its orca breeding program last year.
China announced a 10,000-square-mile panda preserve to help conserve the panda population.