Scientists use IVF to save endangered white rhinos
The world’s most endangered large mammal could be making a comeback from the brink of extinction in Kenya. More than a decade of research to save the northern white rhino is paying off. Scientists ...
Fight to protect sea turtles along Costa Rica's coast
The beach in the Tortuguero National Park is one of the most important beaches for sea turtle conservation. The turtles gather there to lay eggs, but their numbers are dwindling. Now, Tortuguero's ...
Hiker captures rare photos of wolf pack
A Kelowna, B.C. was able to photograph a wolf pack while hiking in Black Mountain - Canada. It's incredibly uncommon to come close to wolves in the wild, and even rarer to capture the moment on cam...
Lab-grown meat approved for human use
A company in the US is hoping its lab-grown meat products could soon end up in restaurants and on grocery store shelves after the US Food and Drug Administration said that chicken breast grown by t...
Trouble brewing for Poland’s brown bears
The brown bears living in Poland's Carpathian Mountains have become a source of tension. While conservationists are pleased the animals are there, local landowners are annoyed the bears’ presence i...
Vietnam's giant 'dragon chickens'
Let's take a look at Dong Tao chickens, also known as Dragon-tailed chickens - a rare and expensive breed of chicken that are native to Vietnam.
What's behind the rise in seal attacks
Attacks on humans by seals are becoming increasingly common during peak tourist season in Cape Town, South Africa, with climate change blamed by some for the animals' aggressive behaviour.
In Depth: The death of Ireland's fishing industry
Irish fishermen say they have been “sacrificed” for the post-Brexit trade deal between the United Kingdom and the European Union.
Ducks replace pesticides at Stellenbosch winery
In South Africa, a vineyard in Stellenbosch is using ducks to keep pests away, with the birds acting as both a natural pesticide - and a source of fertiliser.
Baby sloth welcomed at London Zoo
London Zoo kicks off the new year with the birth of Nova,the zoo's newest two-toed sloth.
Microchips allow cows to roam Corsica
Thousands of cattle roam the French island of Corsica. They can now be identified by microchip.
Drug mule pigeon caught at Canada jail
Prison officers have discovered a bird in a Canadian jail carrying drugs. "A pigeon was located at Pacific Institution, inside the walls and it appeared to have a small package, sort of like a back...
Taylor Swift's cat ranks 3rd richest worldwide
A new survey by "All About Cats" used Instagram analytics to determine the potential income per social media post for animals on the platform.Taylor Swift's cat, Olivia Benson, ranked as the third ...
Scientists tracking COVID in deer
Researchers in Manitoba are swabbing deer for the virus that causes COVID-19 to determine how the virus evolves in deer, which could give scientists a better understanding of how COVID-19 impacts a...
Saudi camel festival draws big crowds, high prices
Saudi Arabia's 'obsession' with camels is driving up prices at the hugely popular King Abdulaziz Camel Festival in the capital, Riyadh, say owners.
Puppy yoga craze sweeps UK
Puppy yoga aims to combine the spiritual and physical benefits of a typical yoga class with the added mental boost of playing with cute puppies.
Scientists want animals to ease organ shortage
To help people waiting for transplants, U.S scientists are exploring alternatives like bioengineering organs from animals.
Egg prices spike amid Avian Flu spread
Egg shortages and drastic price increases are likely caused by the Avian bird flu. FOX 13's Zach Anders has more details on how this is impacting poultry providers across the country.
Danish farmers reinvention after COVID cull
A Danish mink farm reinvented as a brewery? It’s real. Poul Erik Vestergaard, a Danish mink farmer, has had to reinvent himself as a beer brewer at the age of 62. The country's controversial cull o...
Road salt could impact salmon populations
Researchers are looking into how the use of road salt during the winter could impact the Pacific salmon population by getting into the water where the fish spawn.
Major cities declaring war on rats
Major cities are declaring a war on rats, dedicating new programs and funds to try and slow down their population growth.The rat problem is more than just a nuisance. Rats can also spread dozens of...
Iguana, feared extinct found in Galapagos Islands
There is new hope for a critically endangered species of Iguana that live on the side of an active volcano in the Galapagos Islands. Scientists were worried the Pink Iguana could become extinct wit...
Spielberg shares guilt over his film Jaws
It seems like the 1975 Hollywood blockbuster, 'Jaws' had a devastating effect on the shark population.
Volunteer pilots fly injured animals for treatment
Pilots Jeremy Hall and Angelo Peterson-Valdez fly injured and stray dogs from communities in northern Ontario to the Greater Toronto Area for veterinary treatment.
The fight to save Africa's coral reefs
Approximately 25 percent of marine animals depend on coral reefs for their habitat, while about 250 million people rely on them for food and income. However, they are the world’s most threatened ec...
Burst aquarium: Police rule out 'malicious act'
Authorities in Berlin say that have found no evidence of a 'malicious act' that caused a giant aquarium to shatter, sending millions of litres of water onto the street and injuring two people. Ther...
World's largest aquarium bursts
The SeaLife Aquarium in Berlin, featuring the tallest freestanding marine enclosure ever built has shattered, spilling one million litres of water and 1500 exotic fish onto a major road of the Mitt...
COP15: Negotiators close in on deal to protect nature
At the UN's COP15 conference in Montreal, government officials from around the world are trying to hammer out an agreement to attempt to halt the destruction of the natural world.
Fears Avian flu outbreak will spread to humans
As the world's worst-ever outbreak of bird flu wipes out flocks of domestic poultry and kills wild birds across Canada, some doctors are concerned the virus could make humans sick.