Learn how mangroves and camels are deeply connected.
The believed-extinct Rio Apaporis caiman (Caiman crocodilus apaporiensis) has been captured by Forrest Galante, wildlife biologist and host of Animal Planet’s EXTINCT OR ALIVE, and team, making history once again.
Lil BUB, the cat whose unique appearance spawned an internet empire, has passed away at age 8.
The Himalayas is home to the snow leopard, one of the most beautiful big cats in the world. But numbers are dwindling as snow leopards struggle to find prey in the changing landscape. Learn what this small village is doing to help save the cats while living in harmony with the big cats.
After four years of delighting individuals and families in the United States, giant panda Bei Bei is ready to bid farewell and embark on the next stage of his life in China.
Gibbon monkeys, who live in the evergreen tropical rainforests of Southeast Asia, are the most endangered primate species in the world.
A trending new addition to travel bucket lists around the world is frigid-yet-beautiful Alaska. The poles, the dancing lights, and the winter wonderlands have always attracted the extreme traveler - but this time, there is more than the magical draw of the north that is inviting people up towards the corners of the globe: climate change.
If any bear needs attention, it is the endangered Malayan sun bear, as science still knows very little about the species.
They're planting 20 million trees, but they're on a deadline. Here's what you need to know to support their cause!
There's something fishy about the upcoming release of bioengineered salmon.
The uneven rise of the sea impacts communities in South Asia
Monkeys get to where the trees are?greener on the other side
The mysteries around hibernating bears have intrigued curious children and researchers alike for ages. What is hibernation, what causes it and aren’t bears too big to truly hibernate? And probably most interestingly - could humans do this someday?
It's time for the bears to pack on the salmon and prepare for winter hibernation, but first they must compete in a battle of the fattest: Fat Bear Week.
Condors once ranged from Baja California all the way to British Columbia. But, in 1987, the last wild California condor was taken into captivity in order to preserve the species. Now, thanks to a breeding program in central California, the condors are finally returning to their natural habitat in Big Sur.