And they can serve as vectors of disease.
Scientists want to use excrement from poultry as solid biomass fuel for heat and electricity.
This week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service confirmed plans to reverse a ban on importing elephant hunting trophies from Zimbabwe and Zambia.
Your tiny roommates like particular rooms in the house.
Republicans wanted to drill in an-oil rich area of an Alaskan refuge for decades, and the political stars are perfectly aligned for that to happen.
Nearly everybody these days wears an activity tracker and soon your dog could be wearing one.
Many of today's animals still use the same camouflage technique that sinosauropteryx used about 130 million years ago.
Decades after tigers in Kazakhstan died out, the government is planning on bringing them back to their natural habitat.
When an asteroid struck Earth 66 million years ago, it didn't just cause mass extinctions — it might've put our planet it darkness for years.
The invasive Asian carp could wreak havoc on the Great Lakes fishing industry.
Xanda, son of Cecil — a famous wild lion — was killed by a trophy-hunter in Zimbabwe. It appears to have been a legal hunt.
Missouri, Louisiana State, Auburn and Clemson are forming the U.S. Tiger University Consortium to try to double wild tiger populations.